’tis the season to be jolly….but are the pine martens decking the halls or do they know its Christmas time at all?
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Josie, pine marten project officer, tells us about pine marten residential preferences and how we can make habitats more attractive for pine martens to den in…
Our long-term volunteer and seasonal field assistant Lydia Galbraith gives us an insight into her work, and new-found obsession, with pine martens in the Forest of Dean.
The berries have started to ripen and the days have begun to shorten. We are entering another phase in the year of the pine marten.
Pine martens have been in the Forest of Dean since September and have been doing extremely well, they've made the forest their new home. In today's blog Project Officer Josie shares the…
Now that you are familiar with mustelids, and hopefully whizzed through a brief history of nearly everything pine marten in our previous blogs, its time to get down to the exciting stuff…poo.
Cat our Pine Marten Project Officer is back with her next exciting pine marten blog, this time she's taking you back in time looking at the history of the pine marten.
Read the first blog by Cat, our Pine Marten Conservation Project Manager. She introduces you to the pine marten in Gloucestershire shortly after their reintroduction.