By: R Strachan, JDS Birks, PRF Chanin and DJ Jefferies
67 pages, B/w photos, illus, tabs, maps
Numbers of otters in England declined markedly since the war, due to habitat loss, disturbance and poisoning by pesticides and other persistent chemicals. This survey updates the findings of the previous survey made in 1977-79.
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