It's geting otter!

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  1. johnaalex

    johnaalex
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    It was a warm day so I went to the London Wetlands centre where, in addition to all the birdlife, I was able to watch these guys enjoying themselves.

    All comments welcome, thank you.

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    Otters at London Wetlands-1
    by John Alexander, on Flickr

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    Otters at London Wetlands-2
    by John Alexander, on Flickr

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    Otters at London Wetlands-3
    by John Alexander, on Flickr

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    Otters at London Wetlands-4
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    Otters at London Wetlands-5
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    Otters at London Wetlands-6
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  2. rancidpunk

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    I've been there twice and not seen them yet. They seem to disappear into thin air once feeding is done.

    I take it the sand Martins are back there now? They hadn't reappeared early last month when I was last there.
     
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    Nice set,like number 2
     
  4. johnaalex

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    Must admit I was surprised to see the otters being so active outside of the feeding periods. I did see sand martins (I think ;)).
     

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