Suffolk Otter Group

The Suffolk Otter Group is a subgroup of the Suffolk Mammal Group. There are people studying otters on several river catchments in the county ◾Alde-Ore catchment ◾Minsmere ◾Blyth catchment ◾Little Ouse Headwaters (LOHP) ◾Deben ◾Lark. If you want to study otters in your area, please get in touch.


Three dead whales washed up on Suffolk beaches

A third dead whale has been found by experts investigating the deaths of two others found along the Suffolk coast. A 30ft (9m) decomposed whale washed up on the beach at Felixstowe on Sunday and the body of a minke whale was spotted near Orford on Saturday. Scientists from the Cetaceans Strandings Investigation Programme (CSIP) say there is now a third dead whale off the coast. They do not think the deaths are linked. The third whale floating off the Suffolk coast is thought to be a sperm whale, Rob Deaville, from CSIP, said.


SWT on Countryfile 14th May

Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s vision for a new landscape-scale nature reserve in the Broads National Park will be featured on BBC’s Countryfile this Sunday at 7pm. A film crew, fronted by presenter Matt Baker, visited Carlton Marshes last month to learn more about the Trust’s campaign to raise £1million and create 1,000 acres of wildness on the doorstep of Lowestoft.



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