Otters at Radnor Lake

Otter Pix by Bob Belser Radnor Lake Lagoon August 2016

Picture above by Bob Belser

 

Over the past few months, sightings of River Otters has increased at the natural area with the ranger staff and park visitors seeing otters on a regular basis either while hiking along Otter Creek Road, the Lake Trail or on an interpretive canoe float led by the park ranger staff.

 

River Otter sightings along with Bald Eagle sightings at Radnor Lake, located 6 miles from downtown Nashville is a perfect example of the value of preserving areas such as Radnor Lake for wildlife viewing opportunities.

 

Enjoy the following pix courtesy of park visitor Bob Belser and Park Ranger Paul Schauer over the past month at Radnor Lake State Natural Area.

Otter Pix by Bob Belser Radnor Lake Lagoon August 2016

Otter Pix by Bob Belser Radnor Lake Lagoon August 2016

Otter Pix July 11th, 2016 by Ranger Paul Schauer

Otter Pix July 11th, 2016 by Ranger Paul Schauer

Otter Pix July 11th, 2016 by Ranger Paul Schauer

Otter Pix July 11th, 2016 by Ranger Paul Schauer

Otter Pix July 11th, 2016 by Ranger Paul Schauer

Otter Pix July 11th, 2016 by Ranger Paul Schauer