Monday, 18 April 2016

Beautiful Bybrook, Wiltshire and maybe an otter passed by

A wonderful Sunday afternoon amble along the Bybrook river on the edge of the Cotswolds, and a hunt for signs of otters may just have paid off.  The small valley is bordered by ancient woodland and there is a fair smattering of riverside trees and small overgrown meanders - good for wildlife and nice habitat for otters...

With my iPhone in hand these are the images showing where a crayfish met its last moments and also some fishy remains turning up as a marker by way of a scat - could be mink - hope that it was an otter...:

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful Spring countryside, whether there's an otter in residence or not.


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