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With your help we can raise the funds required to build the Free Range Enclosures (FRE's) that we call Devil Islands and the Great Devil Walls of Tasmania. These FRE's will ensure that we have an insurance population of healthy, breeding and wild devils free of the Devil Facial Tumour Disease that threaten this beautiful Australian Marsupial.
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Devil Island Project - Saving the Tasmanian Devil
Devil Island Project is committed to saving the endangered Tasmanian Devil by building free-range enclosures on large areas of land that are called "Devil Islands" and our two new schemes "The Great Devil Walls of Tasmania" (GDWOT).
Devil Islands are large double fenced facilities that quarantine the Devils in their natural surroundings of their home State of Tasmania as an almost self-sustaining population and have kept them free and safe from the Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) cancer which has rapidly wiped out 90% of their species over large areas throughout Tasmania.
Healthy Tasmanian Devils can now roam wild in our Devil Islands with optimum welfare conditions and safe and secure isolated areas for breeding which will then increase their chances for survival and reestablishing themselves in the future.
Tha majority of Tasmanian Devils selected for the initial release of Devils onto Maria Island were taken from the Devil Island enclosures. The success of this program is really proof of the valoue of the free range enclosure concept
The Devil Island Project Group is now working to raise the necessary funds to build a 24km landscape fence accross the north western tip of Tasmania in order to protect up to 1000 disease free Devils in an area that is still free from the disease.