Pine martens "benefit red squirrels and trees by suppressing greys"

A newly published international study supports the theory that pine martens' predation of grey squirrels helps conserve red squirrels and also benefits forestry.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: University of Aberdeen
Image: University of Aberdeen

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