Loch of the Lowes Info 22nd Oct

After trawling through last nights footage, there was one showing of A pine marten, again showing very unlike Moss behaviour. It entered stage left, sniffed the air and had a stand-off with a hedgehog in the brambles before venturing up the post of the feeding platform, had a good look at the suet feeder that is now hanging from it and jumped off towards the lower feeding platform, had a quick sniff round the tree the exit stage left. No food was consumed and it’s actions seemed more inquisitive than is normal for our Moss, so I think it’s very possible we may have another pine marten!

Our hungry hedgehogs were very active all night, right up until the heavens opened and all life vanished. Only one deer made a very brief appearance too.

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After trawling through last nights footage, there was one showing of A pine marten, again showing very unlike Moss behaviour. It entered stage left, sniffed the air and had a …

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