The Otter Project in the news

We’ve made it into the media frenzy surrounding the not so good news that sea otter populations are in decline. Today’s coverage was pretty widespread, with front page stories in the Monterey Herald and the San Francisco Chronical, as well as coverage in the San Jose Mercury News and more.

We also got some TV time with KSWB Action News 8, in Salinas. You can see both the news article and the video clip that features both Steve and I discussing the significance of the news.

If you’re in the Bay Area, KTVU 2 is covering the story at 5 this evening–be sure to check it out.

The San Francisco Chronicle's great sea otter density graphic

The San Francisco Chronicle's great sea otter density graphic

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About Allison

I am the new Executive Director of The Otter Project in Monterey, California! Originally from the Bay Area, I went to school in San Diego, and came back north to Monterey for graduate school, where I found my calling: saving sea otters! Working for The Otter Project combines my passion for environmental policy with my love of animals. When not advocating for sea otters, I enjoy yoga, volunteer wildlife rehab, reading, and spending time with my cat Alyssa, who, for the record, I did not name. I have been with The Otter Project since November of 2007.
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