Otter or other?

One way of detecting hard to spot wildlife, is by setting camera traps which are activated by movement. This is a tactic we often use at the Falls of Clyde and most recently we went in search of otters.

The camera was set in a remote location where we suspect otters to be living. It was left overnight and on collecting it the next day we could see it had been triggered several times during the night. With anticipation we loaded the data on to the computer to watch the action.

And what did we find? Well you’ll have to have a look on YouTube to find out . . .

Bye for now,

Rhian (Seasonal Ranger)

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