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Through her nonprofit River Otter Ecology Project, Forest Knolls resident Megan Isadore hopes to understand otters’ range, dispersal and genetic lineage in Marin. David Briggs

While walking around Whitehouse Pool on Sunday morning, Megan Isadore slowed her gait as she passed by some feces, mentally checking whether it came from a river otter. (It didn’t.) “I’m always looking for scat. I’m always looking at scat,” she laughed.

For Ms. Isadore, the executive director of the River Otter Ecology Project . . .

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