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Moor Otters

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood are delighted to be involved with the Moor Otter Project, which is a public art initiative in aid of Dartmoor National Park. Rachel Littlewood explains how people can become Otter Spotters over the Summer on Dartmoor with a chance to win some fabulous 'spotter' prizes. 30 'Golden' Otters will be auctioned in our Exeter salerooms in September and the other 70 will be sold in an online auction.

A group of Moor Otters on display before going into hiding! Will you find any this Summer?

A group of Moor Otters on display before going into hiding! Will you find any this Summer?

A Moor Otter by Elizabeth Kitson OBE DL entitled 'Living Dartmoor'.

A Moor Otter by Elizabeth Kitson OBE DL entitled 'Living Dartmoor'.

One hundred fabulous Moor Otter sculptures will be positioned in and around Dartmoor, Gateway towns and other surprise locations from 1st June 2017 to 15th September 2017, so look out for them!

We want to give you the chance to track them down and be in with a chance to win some great 'spotter' prizes.

The Jail Break Otter.

The Jail Break Otter.

Judi Spiers with the otter she designed in the background.

Judi Spiers with the otter she designed in the background.

A romp of colourful Moor Otters.

A romp of colourful Moor Otters.

If you are able to find twenty Moor Otters (or more) then you can claim your Otter Spotter badge from one of the Dartmoor National Park Visitor Centres and be entered into the competition to win some fabulous prizes.

Why not visit the Moor Otter Project support the Dartmoor National Park and have some otterly good fun this Summer on Dartmoor spotting colourful otters - and possibly winning some fabulous prizes?

If you spot a Moor Otter, please tweet us @BHandL with a picture and the hastag #MoorOtters and we will retweet it!

A self portrait otter by Jonathan Coudrille entitled 'Making an otter spectacle of myself'.

A self portrait otter by Jonathan Coudrille entitled 'Making an otter spectacle of myself'.

A Moor Otter called Rosie.

A Moor Otter called Rosie.

A close up of Rosie.

A close up of Rosie.

Dave Southern of Dartmoor National Park and Organiser of the Moor Otter project being handed a Moor Otter.

Dave Southern of Dartmoor National Park and Organiser of the Moor Otter project being handed a Moor Otter.

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