River Otters Could Be Repopulating On Long Island - 27 East

River Otters Could Be Repopulating On Long Island

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authorStaff Writer on Jun 24, 2019
Three otters were fishing off the coast of Southold as Mike Bottini, a wildlife biologist who counts otters each year, was paddling his kayak through the water with a camera... more

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