The third Otter Survey of England, which confirms a significant recovery of the English population since the provisional recovery suggested by the 1984-86 survey. Further analysis of the causes of the original population decline are given, as well as current threats to the recovery.
The Otter Survey of Wales 1984-85 took place from the beginning of May 1984 to the middle of March 1985. A total of 1097 full survey sites were examined, and signs of otters were found at 421 (38%) of these. In addition, 742 spot checks were also done, 180 of which were positive.Buy