FEATURE: Buckingham sees the return of the otter



While some welcome them to our waterways with open arms, other residents have raised concerns.
What are the consequences of this furry renaissance?
Gentle curiosity or whiskered menace?
A yardstick against which to measure environmental purity, or a harbinger of destruction for other resident species of birds and fish?
The Eurasian otter has returned to Buckingham, with murmurs of sightings on the Great River Ouse turning into widely-shared photos of entire families.
And, to some, they’re very welcome here.
For others, otters, like mink, are known as an apex predator and strain on the... read more

 
11 February 2018 in Regional East, Views: 38
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