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What are some organizations that help save otters?
Jamie from Wisconsin , 26 March 2007
Response from Lesley Wright
There are a lot of organisations that help save otters.
Our own organisation, the Otter Specialist Group, tried to coordinate conservation of otters worldwise.
In the USA, there are a whole mass of organisations helping the Sea Otter, which are listed at the bottom of our Sea Otter page
The River Otter Alliance focuses on River Otters in the USA
Wisconsin has a large otter population so there are no projects at state level other than the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources who monitor otter numbers in order to set trapping targets.
I would expect that local wildlife rehabilitation centres will also help individual injured or orphan otters.
Response provided 30 March 2007
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