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Rob R

Caught on camera...

Down on our summer grazing land Smile
Jamanda

Aw - that's wonderful. I love otters.
Nick

Louise says she's really jealous. Smile
Chez

They really do look like Benedict Cumberbatch, though.
Rob R

Louise says she's really jealous. Smile


You'll get them in your garden at this time of year, surely?
Nick

Louise says she's really jealous. Smile


You'll get them in your garden at this time of year, surely?

Because this is a family forum, I cannot repeat what she called you. However, I put her right, explaining I'd met your dad.
Ty Gwyn

Why did`nt you get Beaver`s instead to solve this flooding predicament,bloody irresponsible farmer`s. VM

Great picture. dpack

Laughing ace Rob R

Great picture.

Yes, I can't take the credit - it's from a camera trap.
sean

Do you mind if I resize it? It's a bit on the big side. (The picture, not the otter.) Rob R

Feel free - I posted it from my phone, I'm just amazed you can see it Smile Nick

Feel free - I posted it from my phone, I'm just amazed you can see it Smile

Really? It's like a bill board. People can see it from space.

We are assuming its Digby the Biggest Otter in the world.
Rob R

Why did`nt you get Beaver`s instead to solve this flooding predicament,bloody irresponsible farmer`s.

I had a wander through the fields here this afternoon - I think I'm doing my bit to prevent downstream flooding. Laughing
mousjoos

They really do look like Benedict Cumberbatch, though.


I'm struggling with that one a little Laughing
oldish chris

you may have to run this past me again, but did an actual otter mistake your farm for a river? Rob R

you may have to run this past me again, but did an actual otter mistake your farm for a river?

Not quite, but we have some big dykes running through that lead off the river & canal. This is the field where it was set, at the beginning of February;

oldish chris

you may have to run this past me again, but did an actual otter mistake your farm for a river?

Not quite, but we have some big dykes running through that lead off the river & canal. This is the field where it was set, at the beginning of February;



I'm with you, it mistook your farm for a lake Wink
Rob R

Smile Gervase

But they do!
Fabulous picture.
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