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Australia's 335-island state is a charming, low-key refuge offering World Heritage wilderness; unique flora & fauna (including its famous Tasmanian Devil, left); historic sights; &  marvelous organic foods & wines.

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Comment by David Liscio on July 21, 2011 at 5:57pm

Thanks. The info is appreciated. I visited the Tarkine in early 2010 and am only now getting round to sending out completed stories, but first I want to make sure the situation hasn't changed.

I'll email Mr. Hamilton.

Comment by Betty Austin-Ware on July 21, 2011 at 4:41pm
All of the wildlife parks have devil conservation programs and are familiar with the effects of the road project on the devils.  Close to there is the Devil Conservation Park and director John Hamilton is probably as knowledgeable as you'd find.  info@tasmaniandevilpark.com I also know some tour operators in the Tarkine region if that would help.
Comment by David Liscio on July 21, 2011 at 3:38pm
Does anyone have an update on the road project through the Tarkine forest? I am writing a story about the plight of the Tasmanian Devils and it would help to have a contact familiar with the project.
 

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