From Dutch news agency ANP:
June 2010. Conservationists are ecstatic at the news that England’s rarest mammal, the pine marten, has been found in the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland. Along with Cumbria, Durham, Yorkshire and the Peak District, Northumberland is considered the most suitable habitat for pine martens, and may well already host small populations: here.
Otter recovery has reached every UK county – Except Kent: here.
The world’s rarest otter has been rediscovered in Borneo, after a single individual was photographed by a camera trap set by conservation scientists. The hairy-nosed otter was pictured in the Deramakot Forest Reserve in Sabah: here.
Sea otter: here.
Creating a colony on San Nicolas Island and, to appease fishing groups, moving all other Southland sea otters to the Central Coast hasn’t helped the threatened species, federal officials say: here.