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Otter Watching Days

Our Current Event

Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park
will be holding its annual Conservation Evening on
Friday 14 July 2017

more details to come...
World Otter Day
Wednesday 31 May 2017

A very special day for otters.
What are you going to be doing?
Raise awareness about otters,fundraising? Tell you family and friends. Help us get as many people in as many countries as possible doing something for otters.

Thank you.
Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
will be celebrating World Otter Day.

Visit them if you can and enjoy some otter fun.
In Japan, the following institutions are taking part in World Otter Day events:

1) Aquamarine Fukushima, Marine Science Museum in Fukushima Prefecture
2) Aquamarine Inawashiro Kingfishers Aquarium
3) Niigata City Aquarium Marinepia Nihonkai(Sea of Japan)
4) Noichi Zoological Park of Kochi Prefecture
5) Miyazaki City Phoenix Zoo
6) Asa Zoo in Hiroshima Prefecture
On World Otter Day (31 May)
Drop in at Waterlooville Library, Waterlooville, Portsmouth
where children can discover lots about otters, with activities and information.

Anytime between 10am - 5pm.

There is also a display in the children's section throughout May.

Please support this event... and Otters.
Visit Exploris Aquarium, Portaferry, Northern Ireland
on Sunday 28th and Monday 29th May 2017
for their BIG Otter MAYhem 2-day Event, supporting World Otter Day.

There are lots of things going on all around the aquarium and sanctuary, so no time to get bored. To find out more click here
May is American Wetlands Month – May 31st is World Otter Day!

The Mount View Sanitary District in Martinez, California, has posted its annual billboard along I-680 to celebrate these events.
Free talk on "Understanding the Elusive Coastal River Otter" by Liz Baldwin, assistant director of BiodiversityWorks, a Martha’s Vineyard nonprofit organization.

7pm at the Falmouth Historical Society’s Cultural Center off Katharine Lee Bates Road.

This is part of the 300 Committee Land Trust and Salt Pond Areas Bird Sanctuaries - click here to see the full list
Free talk on "Welcome Back Otters" by Megan Isadore of the River Otter Ecology Project, as part of Berkeley-based Friends of Five Creeks new season of Bay Currents Talks

7 pm in the parish hall at St. Alban’s Church, 1501 Washington Ave, Albany.

Grimsby Town Hall
The Lincolnshire Trust's next indoor meeting will feature Louth area naturalist Stewart West who will give an illustrated talk:


Admission £2,