Supporters, partners, and collaborators

Our supporters, partners, and collaborators

International Otter Survival Fund: We’re extremely pleased to have gained valuable support from the IOSF, a fund based on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Both Paul and Grace have worked very hard to ensure that our otters are properly represented and cared for. One of the recipients from the UKWOT 2015 calendar sales, we look forward to working alongside them for many years to come. You can find out more about the IOSF’s valuable conservation work here: www.otter.org.

Wildlife Watching Supplies: We are very pleased to be working alongside Wildlife Watching Supplies of Tiverton, Devon, who sent us some photography items to test. These will come in very useful when working with otters, and we’re thrilled to have them as another of our partners.

The River Otter Ecology Project: We’re pleased to have partnered with The River Otter Ecology Project (based in Inverness, California, USA). The Project is a leading voice in otter ecology. We’re looking forward to a long and professional partnership with the team there, and are sure that this partnership will benefit both our Trust and wild otters.

We work with and support many different organisations in order to maintain excellent standards of otter conservation and awareness. A few of these organisations are shown below.

Thank you to Margab Trailers for providing us with a trailer. margabtrailer.co.uk

 

A note on the IUCN Otter Specialist Group

Our founder and Chair, Dave Webb, is a full member of the IUCN Otter Specialist Group (IUCN–OSG). The IUCN–OSG was founded in 1974, and is part of the World Conservation (IUCN) Species Survival Commission (SCC). There are 13 different species of otter globally – and information on all of these can be found by visiting the IUCN OSG website. This site is an excellent reference and packed full of information. We do not speak on behalf of IUCN–OSG, and do not infer that the OSG supports our views. 

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