Rare pine martens discovered in the northern Netherlands


This is a pine marten video from Scotland.

Translated from RTV Drenthe in The Netherlands:

DWINGELOO – In the National Park Dwingelderveld, pine martens have been seen.

A researcher of the Marterwerkgroep found two young pine martens in a hollow tree.

Never before pine martens had been found in the Dwingelderveld.

Only the related stone martens are regularly seen in the area.

However, pine martens had been spotted before in the border region between Drenthe and Friesland provinces.

Stone martens in Drenthe: here.

Wolverine in California: here. See also here.

Ice Age wolverine: here.

Wolverine Returns to Colorado after 90-year absence: here.

Climate change causes wolverine decline across Canada: here.

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