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. […]
FREE: Celebrate World Otter Day Wednesday 29th May 2019 Mull Otter Group will be hosting at the Fishnish Wildlife Hide from 10am to 3pm courtesy of Mull and Iona Ranger Service. Eddie the Otter will be in attendance and we can watch out for live otters, sea eagles and other interesting wildlife. Bring binoculars, if […]
FREE: Spot the otter signs guided walk. Mull Otter Group invites you to join us on Monday 13th May at 10.30 am meeting at Craignure Village Hall for a guided walk: spot the otter signs! Dress for unpredictable weather and uneven terrain. All welcome.
Update on the below story. Thankfully the Scottish Government voted to stop kelp dredging on Crown Estate property on the 21st November. There is something quick that you can do today to help otters and other marine life and it won’t cost you a penny! We have just a few days left before the Scottish […]
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 […]
Our AGM will be at Craignure Hall on the 10th November. Join us at 11 am to enjoy a guided “spot the otter signs” walk by Nigel Burch. Or come along at 12 noon for the AGM.
Let us know if you think there is anything we should be discussing.
Mull Otter Group received a call yesterday about an otter cub at Glenforsa. The cub had not moved for some time and was not very responsive so the decision was taken to look after it. This is always a carefully considered decision – it would be all too easy to interfere in a situation where […]
What a busy day MOG had yesterday. First we joined Lochdonhead Primary school at their nature trail. A great opportunity for a photo at the otter sculpture and otter information board. Then it was over to Lochbuie for the Great British Beach Clean, where the children helped us survey a 100m stretch of beach. To […]