Tasmanian devil in snowy exhibit, filmed at Devils@Cradle conservation park.

A Tasmanian devil (Elyse) exploring her fresh snow covered exhibit at Tasmanian conservation park, Devils@Cradle.

*Captive animal.

 The Tasmanian devil featured in the iconic Canon "Wildlife As Canon Sees It" campaign which runs globally in National Geographic Magazine each month. Very please to have my work selected for this one off wildlife feature.  See more about the campaign  HERE .

The Tasmanian devil featured in the iconic Canon "Wildlife As Canon Sees It" campaign which runs globally in National Geographic Magazine each month. Very please to have my work selected for this one off wildlife feature.

See more about the campaign HERE.

 A wild Tasmanian devil walks along a bare salt marsh trail in North-West Tasmania.

A wild Tasmanian devil walks along a bare salt marsh trail in North-West Tasmania.

 A curious Tasmanian devil inspects a camera trap housing in the rainforest.

A curious Tasmanian devil inspects a camera trap housing in the rainforest.

 A young wild Tasmanian devil climbs onto a fallen tree in a Tasmanian rainforest.

A young wild Tasmanian devil climbs onto a fallen tree in a Tasmanian rainforest.

 Ideal Tasmanian devil habitat ranges from dry sclerophyll forest to lush temperate rainforests.

Ideal Tasmanian devil habitat ranges from dry sclerophyll forest to lush temperate rainforests.

 A wild Tasmanian devil unknowingly shoots a self portrait after triggering a camera trap in a stream.

A wild Tasmanian devil unknowingly shoots a self portrait after triggering a camera trap in a stream.

 A wild Tasmanian devil crosses a fallen tree through the bush.  2013 International Loupe Awards - Open science and nature, silver award.     *Silver award in the 2013 International Loupe Awards, 18th place overall in open science and nature category. See the top 50  here .

A wild Tasmanian devil crosses a fallen tree through the bush.

2013 International Loupe Awards - Open science and nature, silver award.

 

*Silver award in the 2013 International Loupe Awards, 18th place overall in open science and nature category. See the top 50 here.

Rainforest Devil.

A Tasmanian devil crossing a log while wandering the rainforest during the night.

 Ideal Tasmanian devil habitat ranges from dry sclerophyll forest to lush temperate rainforests.

Ideal Tasmanian devil habitat ranges from dry sclerophyll forest to lush temperate rainforests.

 A wild Tasmanian devil investigating a small stream in NW Tasmania, devils are quite good swimmers and will cross large streams easily.

A wild Tasmanian devil investigating a small stream in NW Tasmania, devils are quite good swimmers and will cross large streams easily.

 A wild Tasmanian devil returns to an existing carcass for a possible feed through the night.

A wild Tasmanian devil returns to an existing carcass for a possible feed through the night.

 Skull and ribs. Tasmanian devils are scavengers but will also make the most of weak prey and actively hunt. Most common being wombats and wallabies. Devils often devour the complete carcass, bones and all leaving very little trace .

Skull and ribs. Tasmanian devils are scavengers but will also make the most of weak prey and actively hunt. Most common being wombats and wallabies. Devils often devour the complete carcass, bones and all leaving very little trace .

 A young wild Tasmanian devil scales a fern through the night.  *Commended in 2013 BBC Camera trap competition, see results  here .

A young wild Tasmanian devil scales a fern through the night.

*Commended in 2013 BBC Camera trap competition, see results here.

 Studio portrait of a female Tasmanian devil. Photographed under controlled conditions at  Trowunna Wildlife Park , Mole Creek.  *Captive animal

Studio portrait of a female Tasmanian devil. Photographed under controlled conditions at Trowunna Wildlife Park, Mole Creek.

*Captive animal

  Trowunna Wildlife park  in Mole Creek was the first sanctuary to successfully breed captive Tasmanian devils, parks like this give people an opportunity to see devils play, feed and fight. Sightings in the wild are very rare and can not be predicted, often taking you by surprise and are very brief.  *Captive animal

Trowunna Wildlife park in Mole Creek was the first sanctuary to successfully breed captive Tasmanian devils, parks like this give people an opportunity to see devils play, feed and fight. Sightings in the wild are very rare and can not be predicted, often taking you by surprise and are very brief.

*Captive animal

  Trowunna Wildlife park  in Mole Creek was the first sanctuary to successfully breed captive Tasmanian devils, parks like this give people an opportunity to see devils play, feed and fight. Sightings in the wild are very rare and can not be predicted, often taking you by surprise and are very brief.  *Captive animal

Trowunna Wildlife park in Mole Creek was the first sanctuary to successfully breed captive Tasmanian devils, parks like this give people an opportunity to see devils play, feed and fight. Sightings in the wild are very rare and can not be predicted, often taking you by surprise and are very brief.

*Captive animal

  Trowunna Wildlife park  in Mole Creek was the first sanctuary to successfully breed captive Tasmanian devils, parks like this give people an opportunity to see devils play, feed and fight. Sightings in the wild are very rare and can not be predicted, often taking you by surprise and are very brief.  *Captive animal

Trowunna Wildlife park in Mole Creek was the first sanctuary to successfully breed captive Tasmanian devils, parks like this give people an opportunity to see devils play, feed and fight. Sightings in the wild are very rare and can not be predicted, often taking you by surprise and are very brief.

*Captive animal

 Tasmanian devils are robust and will come out of hiding in all weather conditions, a devil explores an exhibit covered in fresh snow at  Devils@Cradle  conservation park.  *Captive animal.

Tasmanian devils are robust and will come out of hiding in all weather conditions, a devil explores an exhibit covered in fresh snow at Devils@Cradle conservation park.

*Captive animal.

Playtime in the farm yard.

Baby devils play together and with their mother in the yard of a farmhouse.

 Two wild young devils laze in the sun in an industrial area. As they mature, these devils will transit into almost 100% nocturnal and daylight sightings are quite rare.

Two wild young devils laze in the sun in an industrial area. As they mature, these devils will transit into almost 100% nocturnal and daylight sightings are quite rare.

 A Tasmanian devil is caught by camera trap wile snooping around an industrial work area. A tumour can be seen growing beneath its jaw.

A Tasmanian devil is caught by camera trap wile snooping around an industrial work area. A tumour can be seen growing beneath its jaw.

 The traps are made from large PVC tubing with ventilation. Once in the trap, the Tasmanian devils tend to go to sleep and are not usually aggressive when removed and checked by the scientists.

The traps are made from large PVC tubing with ventilation. Once in the trap, the Tasmanian devils tend to go to sleep and are not usually aggressive when removed and checked by the scientists.

 Trapped devils are checked, micro-chipped and information recorded for further study. Devils are released back into nearby areas.

Trapped devils are checked, micro-chipped and information recorded for further study. Devils are released back into nearby areas.

  A tumor is growing in this devil’s mouth, near its upper right canine.

A tumor is growing in this devil’s mouth, near its upper right canine.

 Adult female devil, Leesa is released from the scientist, Manuel Ruiz's mesh bag after her checkup. Leesa is one of very few devils who has been recored to have tumour regression in the wild.

Adult female devil, Leesa is released from the scientist, Manuel Ruiz's mesh bag after her checkup. Leesa is one of very few devils who has been recored to have tumour regression in the wild.

 Large tumours can be seen on each side of this devils face as it walks along a track through the night looking for food, possibly starving. This devil will likely be dead within weeks.

Large tumours can be seen on each side of this devils face as it walks along a track through the night looking for food, possibly starving. This devil will likely be dead within weeks.

 Roadkill is attractive to devils as it's an easy food source, it doesn't alway end well. Unfortunately for many species this scene is far too common in Tasmania.

Roadkill is attractive to devils as it's an easy food source, it doesn't alway end well. Unfortunately for many species this scene is far too common in Tasmania.

Clips from the field.

Clips from the field, using trail camera to locate active devil areas before setting up remote DSLR cameras.