Otters are elusive, elegant fish hunters but are becoming more common across the UK. But in Shetland, they are seen commonly all round the coast so naturalist James Fair headed to otter central to watch otters with expert John Campbell. And what John doesn’t know about otters you could write on the back of a bullhead.
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- Spend an atmospheric night on a remote Shetland isle listening to seabirds
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Join us on an otter watching adventure in Shetland, Scotland by listening to episode 11 of the BBC Countryfile Magazine podcast.
And if you’d like to find out more about Shetland and its wildlife, visit: shetland.org