Otter Lore

I came across this lovely article today in my Trees For Life newsletter.

Otters were a huge part of my childhood as the burn (small river) beside our house in Orkney, had otters who made their home there. Several generations were born on the banks of the burn and I was lucky enough to see the pups and their parents.

I adore otters, they have much to teach us about how to take back the sacred art of playing and family ties. Please enjoy the article.

 

https://treesforlife.org.uk/forest/mythology-folklore/otter/

3 thoughts on “Otter Lore

  1. Wonderful article Adele, Otters are wonderful creatures and loved reading more about the folklore about them. I love to see them and was lucky when I went to Scotland last year to see some in the wild. 🙂
    Many thanks for sharing ❤

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