During the period running up to the First World War pine marten
were cruelly pursued and persecuted.
Seasonal rest-site preferences of pine marten
in the northern sierra Nevada.
As with many other species, making rigorous inference based on monitoring requires consideration of the influence of false negative detections, an issue long acknowledged to affect pine marten
surveys (Birks et al.
The pine marten
is seen as a priority species in urgent need of conservation action.
We''ve been working on pine martens
in England, Wales and Scotland for about 15 years.
The Staffordshire Mammal Group has erected pine marten
nest boxes in local woodland, but, as yet, there have been no takers.
Your photo of the pine marten
(American marten) is great.
The pine marten
, better known to some as sable, is a really luxurious fur, Gibb says.
The proposed park shelters moose, peregrine falcons, spruce grouse, loons, northern bog lemmings, and pine martens
now, and the area once provided habitat for wolves, lynx, and catamounts.
The next morning, we stuck around to explore a small but excellent wildlife museum, where all those creatures that might be found in Kluane National Park were perched and stuffed in appropriate poses: lynx, pine marten
and wolf; beaver and snowshoe hare; deer and caribou; grizzly and black bear, falcon, horned owl and eagle, and on and on.
Moose, elk and pine marten
are some of the creatures my husband and I found during early morning hikes in Wyoming's Gran Tetons while our infant daughter--who was up at 5 a.
5-million mid-mountain Pine Marten
Lodge; three highspeed quadruple chair lifts; the addition of more than 3,000 acres and 3,100 vertical feet of skiing terrain; a guest service building; and expanded parking facilities.