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Thread: Young Pine Martens

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    Young Pine Martens

    These youngsters come to visit on a daily basis, not always together, but we have a daily visit,

    A clever man knows his strengths, a wise man knows his weaknesses

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    Thank you for posting - great to watch.


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    That has to be one of the best sights to be seen in your back garden


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    What a tremendous sight, wonderful.

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    Ah, those are my young cousins. Nice guys, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pine Marten View Post
    Nice guys, actually.
    Unless they're on you finger or the dog's butt!

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    Fantastic 'Ninja' animals! Great to see!

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    Wow, I would love to one of them. I tried at the speyside wildlife hide at Aviemore but the place was over-run with half a dozen badgers and red deer all eating peanuts.

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    First time I saw one I was amazed at the size of them. That was about three seconds before I hit it with the car. There are quite a few on the hill opposite Pennyfuir cemetery outside Oban. A lot are killed on the road there.

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    Brilliant John!

    What are they tucking into out there though? Better not be Sheila's cinnamon buns!


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