The Carnivore Conservancy is a not-for-profit charity that supports the conservation of threatened carnivore species through scientific research, education and ecotourism. Our flagship research program is located in northwestern Tasmania, where we conduct field-based research on two native carnivore species: the Tasmanian devil and the spotted-tailed quoll. We offer a 14-day/13-night Tasmanian Devil Research Expedition and Ecological Tour the includes 8 days of fieldwork plus 4 full-day excursions to the scenic and ecological highlights of northwestern Tasmania. For more information, visit www.carnivores.co/expedition.
We are a not-for-profit charity conducting conservation-focused research on threatened carnivore species. Our field station is located on a 10-acre property which we recently acquired and on which we are launching a bush regeneration project to re-establish native forest on land that was converted to paddock. (Approximately 3 acres of the property is intact native forest.)