Welcome back, otter

Money, Dennis J.
August 1996
New York State Conservationist;Aug96, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p18
Reports on the reintroduction of river otters to New York. Release of two otters at the Northern Montezuma Wetland Complex; Reasons behind the disappearance of otters in many parts of the state; Incorporation of the non-profit New York River Otter Project to return 270 otters in waters across western and central New York; Sponsors of the project; How the otters are captured and released. INSET: About otters..


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