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Goshawks, red stags and busy cameras…

A January update from the Yorkshire Pine Marten Support Programme… By Ed Snell, Yorkshire Pine Marten Officer When we’re going through camera trap footage from the colder months of the year we generally expect to see less activity as the inhabitants of the forests on the North York Moors become less active over winter. This …

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Project Officer Ed checks pine marten hair tubes

Hair tubes, chicken wings and invisible martens…

(aka pine marten DNA surveys…) By Ed Snell, Yorkshire Pine Marten Project Officer One of our objectives of the Yorkshire Pine Marten Support Programme, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, is obtain pine marten DNA so we can establish their origin and identify individual martens. There are two common ways of doing this; through analysis …

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Help us ID images with MammalWeb

Help us ID thousands of images from the Yorkshire Pine Marten Support Programme As of this week, you will be able to play an important role the Yorkshire Pine Marten Support Programme by identifying species in our camera trap photos through MammalWeb. MammalWeb is an online platform for ID of species in camera trap images …

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Pine marten update – Over 50 camera traps deployed…

By Ed Snell, Yorkshire Pine Marten Project Officer Over 30 volunteers are now involved in the project, setting cameras and placing (smelly!) bait… 4 months in to our new Heritage Lottery funded pine marten project, the Yorkshire Pine Marten Support Programme, and our excellent volunteer team have been making the most of the good weather! Our …

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Setting up a trail camera for pine marten in Yorkshire

Pine marten update – getting things going…

By Ed Snell, Yorkshire Pine Marten Project Officer We are now 4 weeks in to our new Heritage Lottery funded pine marten project, the Yorkshire Pine Marten Support Programme. We’ve been busy getting the project off the ground and one of our first priorities is getting trail cameras into forests in the North York Moors …

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Croatian cameras now on ZSL Instant Wild!

We’re delighted to announce that the wireless camera traps we run with Bioterra in Croatia are now available on the fantastic Instant Wild website and apps. ZSL’s Instant Wild empowers you to take part in vital conservation work, bringing you LIVE images from amazing locations all around the world. By identifying the animals in each …

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Pine marten in Yorkshire

New 3 year project for pine marten in Yorkshire

Heritage Lottery Fund support to uncover secrets of pine marten on the North York Moors. Rare and elusive pine marten will be the focus of a new 3 year project on the North York Moors, thanks to a grant of over £66,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). Made possible thanks to money raised by …

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2017 Browning Spec Ops Extreme review

New 2018 Browning Trail Cams released

The new 2018 Browning Trail Camera range is now available at NatureSpy. Nearly all of the 2017 range have had some kind of update, with some exciting developments too. The flagship Recon Force and Spec Ops Extreme cameras have been replaced with the Recon Force Advantage and Spec Ops Advantage, respectfully. These offer upgraded video …

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