Our Mission

 Checking a Tasmanian devil for signs of  Devil Facial Tumor Disease .

Checking a Tasmanian devil for signs of Devil Facial Tumor Disease.

The mission of The Carnivore Conservancy is to support the conservation of threatened carnivore species through scientific research, education and ecotourism.

Our flagship conservation program focuses on three species of native marsupial carnivores in Australia’s island state of Tasmania: the Tasmanian devil, spotted-tailed quoll and eastern quoll. Over time, we will expand our conservation work to include additional threatened carnivore species in other parts of the world.

 Tasmanian devil  (Sarcophilus harrisii)

Tasmanian devil
(Sarcophilus harrisii)

 Spotted-tailed quoll  (Dasyurus maculatus)

Spotted-tailed quoll
(Dasyurus maculatus)

 Eastern quoll  (Dasyurus viverrinus)

Eastern quoll
(Dasyurus viverrinus)

Photo Credits
Tasmanian devil mouth: Photo © C. Hughes 2006.
Tasmanian devil: P
hoto © K. Hooy 2015.
Spotted-tailed quoll: Photo © M. Parrott 2014.
Eastern quoll: Photo
by Ways (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons.