Back from the brink of extinction, the otter is making a come-back in Britain today. Author James Williams, a life-long enthusiast of this fascinating, enigmatic creature, dispells some of the mysteries in this beautifully-illustrated book:
Author: James Williams
ISBN: 978 1 906122 22 5
Published: September 2010
Format: 246 x 189 mm
No. of pages: 224
137 colour photographs
Reviewed in BBC Countryfile in October 2011
'An entertaining and delightful read. This monograph by a lifelong otter expert is a pleasure and would make a warm and informative read for any countryside and wildlife lover.'
Reviewed in Sherkin Comment in October 2011
'It is intriguing to learn the life of the otter, about holts and spraints, new-born cubs, night fishing and its diet. The author's lifetime work with otters is intertwined with beautiful personal experiences.'
Reviewed in International Otter Specialist in October 2011
'James Williams, a life-long enthusiast of this fascinating, enigmatic creature, dispels some of the mysteries in this beautifully illustrated book.'
Reviewed in Highland News Group in November 2010
'One of the best accounts I have read in recent years. Well written, easy to read and very informative...This is a must have on any bookshelf of any naturalist.'
Reviewed in This England in December 2010
'A work that never fails to absorb.'