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The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal’s primary goal is to raise funds to support the urgent research and conservation needs of the endangered Tasmanian devil.  
 
Devils suffered enormously when a contagious cancer, known as Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD), wiped out over 80 per cent of the wild population.  However collaborative research, monitoring, and cutting-edge conservation programs are saving the devil from extinction.  
 
The Appeal is committed to funding the development of a vaccine that has the potential to offer a solution to DFTD and allow numbers of wild devils to recover.  
 
With your help, we can secure a future for this iconic animal.
 
To make a tax deductible donation, please fill in the online form below, or alternatively, you may print and complete the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal Donation Form (PDF 136KB).
 
If you need help with making your gift to the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal online or would like to discuss your gift,  please contact us by phone on +61 3 6226 1920 or via email through devil.appeal@utas.edu.au and we will be able to assist you.  If you are donating on behalf of a business/company and require the receipt in the company name please include a note to that effect in the Comment section.
 
Thank you to Alex Cearns / Houndstooth Studio for the use of devil images used in this appeal.

 

 
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References:

 (A) Hobday, Minstrell – School of Zoology, University of Tasmania – Distribution and abundance of roadkill on Tasmanian highways: human management options.
(B) Public Reports collected by the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment