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Marine Mammals of Tomales Bay: The River Otter (A video)


I’ve been experimenting with a little voice over on my newest footage of River Otters. Please, let me know what you think and if any of you would like me to continue with the natural history narrative that I am … Continue reading

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North American River Otters: An essay in photos and words #2


For video of a River otter eating a large fish visit here For the story behind that otter eating the fish visit here. I rose early and headed out for a little kayak photography on a gray and foggy morning. … Continue reading

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The North American River Otter: An extensive essay in photos


This post celebrates the North American River Otter. While somewhat misnamed (they are found on lakes, ponds, rivers, open ocean, in swamps, bogs, marshes, wetlands, and more. They are one of the more common mammals that I come across while … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a photo #34: Trio of otters


Some of my favorite animals to watch and photograph in the wild are the North American River Otters (Lontra canadensis). Part of what makes them fun, is what a social creature they are, often intertwining and climbing over one another, … Continue reading

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