Year of the beech marten and fire salamander


As this blog had already noted, 2013 is the year of the grey partridge in the Netherlands.

Dutch conservationists have decided that this new year is also the year of two other animals: the beech marten and the fire salamander.

This video says about itself:

Beech Marten / Faina / Kuna belica – Karst – Trieste, 2011

Fishing out a wild plum that has fallen into the entrance of a badger sett and eating it in front of the trail camera.

This video is called Fire Salamander and Alpine Newt, Amphibians (1 of 2) Herping Germany.

And here is Part 2.

Fungus kills Dutch fire salamanders: here.

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