Last September, you may remember, MOG received a call about a poorly otter cub near the Forsa river on the Isle of Mull. Sue and Darren Morley responded to the call, and luckily the story ended happily with the female cub, now named Forsa, recovering from her ordeal and finishing her rehabilitation at the SSPCA […]
Last week we received a call from a report of a very poorly otter cub at Aros loch.We expect to receive a couple of calls like this a year, and are happy to provide all possible care and attention to any otter who needs help.Our efforts are often worthwhile, and result in a successful outcome. […]
If you are an avid follower of Mull Otter Group, then you will know that we rescued a cub in a very poor condition back in September. Sue and Darren Morley brought her back from the brink with rehydration fluids and puppy milk, and after a few days she was ready to hand over to […]
More video footage of the otters we released with the SSPCA on Mull, which shows that they are doing well. The feeding will soon be reduced and then stopped, and then they will be truly wild and independent otters. We are indebted to the kind person who every evening is putting out the fish and […]
Just look at some of the video footage Mull Otter Group managed to get of our newly released otters last night! The otters we released a couple of weeks ago are eating the fish that is being left out for them (just temporarily to get them through their transition period). By the look of it […]
Last year we rescued a small abandoned cub, Gribun, which would otherwise have died, and it went off to be reared by the SSPCA and it joined another small cub there. The SSPCA did a splendid job and the otters were mature enough to be returned to Mull for release. Last Thursday we released both […]
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Mull Otter Group were called out to rescue a very poorly otter cub at Gribun, Mull on 23rd March. Things did not look good for this little cub, and it was by no means certain that it would survive the night. But, after being rehydrated, and receiving some special care and attention from Jane Stevens, […]