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River Otter Populations Are Expanding in the Bay Area

KQED Science | April 10, 2015 | 3 Comments

River Otter Populations Are Expanding in the Bay Area

River otters in the Bay Area finally have the first-ever census of their population published this year. After decades of no sign of the species, their numbers are expanding to nearly all nine counties in the Bay Area. Find out more from naturalist Sharol Nelson-Embry.

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River Otters Are Thriving All Over the Bay Area

KQED Science | December 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

River Otters Are Thriving All Over the Bay Area

These charismatic critters draw a lot of attention and are thriving in local creeks, lakes and estuaries.The River Otter Ecology Project is working on the first-ever population assessment of these animals throughout the Bay Area.

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River Otters in the Marin Headlands

KQED Science | June 18, 2013 | 2 Comments

River Otters in the Marin Headlands

The San Francisco Bay Area was recently abuzz over a lone river otter in Sutro Baths, affectionately called “Sutro Sam.” Although Sutro Sam’s brief stint in the swimming complex ruins is now over, there are still plenty of other places in the Bay Area to see wild river otters. Rodeo Lagoon in the Marin Headlands […]

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