The pine marten, a long slender-like, mink-sized animal from the weasel family, can live in the wild for approximately 10-15 years. They feed on small birds and animals, such as wrens and squirrels, as well as beetles, caterpillars, and berries. Pine martens are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act of 1981, Schedule 6, which limits the methods of how they can be killed. Additionally, pine martens have a few predators, including bobcats, raptors, and coyotes.
Pine Martens are small mammals of the weasel family. They are nocturnal creatures and excellent tree climbers. Pine Martens live up to 12 years in the wild, but the average is 3-4 years. They can live up to 18 years in captiviy.
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