River otters are not endangered or rare, but they are extremely hard to find in Canada’s mountain parks. Many locals, in fact, don’t even know they exist and those that do can count their encounters on one hand. Thus to have spotted three otters as they traversed from one habitat to another was not only unique, but incredibly lucky. To have an encounter that lasted for hours and enabled us to watch the mustelids without altering their behaviour was something beyond special – it was a gift that we’ll be forever grateful to have received.
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