However, Grace Yoxon of the International Otter Survival Fund said she was concerned that the resurgence in the population may not be as great as surveys suggest.
What does IOSF stand for?
IOSF stands for International Otter Survival Fund
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Grace Yoxon, of the International Otter Survival Fund, warned against complacency, fearing many otters would not have coped with the cold snap.
Emmelianna - who studied at Greenhead College - will be working for the charity International Otter Survival Fund.
She was taken in by the International Otter Survival Fund which got in touch with Paul.
Her rescuers were volunteers from the UK branch of the International Otter Survival Fund (ISOF), who found her curled up asleep on a sofa.
The centre did not have the facilities to raise Oscar and staff decided his best chance of survival was to spend a year at the International Otter Survival Fund centre in Skye before being returned to its natural habitat.