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Save the Tasmanian Devil Program Annual Report 2013-2014 released

This Page/STDPAnnualReport2014.jpgThe Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP) has just published its Annual Program Report, which outlines how, with guidance from national and international specialists and support from funding partners, the Program is working towards the vision of an enduring and ecologically functional population of devils in the wild in Tasmania.

Previous annual reports have focussed  on activities over the financial year. This edition, however, covers the period 1 July 2013–31 December 2014, a period of 18 months, in order to align future reporting with the calendar year.

The Annual Program Report is produced by the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE). The report also features contributions from the wide range of organisations that are part of, or work closely with, the STDP.

Save the Tasmanian Devil Program Annual Program Report 2013-14