- We know of 13 different species of otter in the world but only the Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) is native to Britain.
This is a screenshot taken from the Environment Agency’s Flood Map; it shows the risk of Lambrok Stream flooding. We have dropped a yellow marker at the place where the access road to the planned development of 180 houses (planning application 20/00379/OUT) is intended to cross the Lambrok.Continue reading “Flood Map”
Planning application 20/00379/OUT
The otters that come to Southwick Court moat are probably a female and maybe her last year’s cubs; they will have come to feed, via the Lambrok, from the Biss or even from the Avon. Planning application 20/00379/OUT does not show how the Lambrok is to be bridged without interrupting the otters’ route.Continue reading “Bridging the Lambrok”
Otters in the Park
by Ian Bushell.
“In April, looking along the banks of the Lambrok Stream, I found this little pile of broken mussel shells. Judging by their state, they must have been there some time.”