Pine martens set to be Scotland's latest export as wildlife experts look to relocate rare critters

Pine martens set to be Scotland's latest export as wildlife experts look to relocate rare critters
 

A GANG of furry critters are to be Scotland’s latest export.
Experts are looking at moving rare pine martens from Scotland – where they have been thriving – to England, where they have almost died out.
The news comes after the Record revealed that a family of pine martens became a tourist attraction after setting up home near Cruachan hydro power station.
We told last month how the cheeky creatures have become the stars of the show at the station’s visitor centre on the banks of Loch Awe, near Oban.
Conservationists are hopeful that raising awareness of the species will boost efforts to... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 35
Source: Daily Record
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