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Bartleby

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So here’s some pics of it but can you see it in post above! They move so bloody quick and super rare to see.
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Judging by its size next to things around it, the cream colouring past the armpit (I think, hard to see), and the black bushy tail end I would say that's a stoat. Pine martens are nearly ferret size, was it that big?
 
4x4 joker

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Judging by its size next to things around it, the cream colouring past the armpit (I think, hard to see), and the black bushy tail end I would say that's a stoat. Pine martens are nearly ferret size, was it that big?
You could be right the one on road was smaller and it wasn’t cat/ferret size. Moved so quick
The other was bigger have zoomed in hanging on fence. Just pulled up to view a property and saw it, happened so quick and trying to take a pic sort of blurs the moment. 20179FE9-BCDE-4E9F-98C0-E0E1D3D31322.png
 
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Phase one

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A weasel is weasily identifiable, whereas a stoat is stoatally different.

First pics by road are definitely stoat

One on fence is a possible Marten but unable to define with the picture angle snd quality

Pine martens are cat sized and can frequent gardens for cake etc at bird tables where they are present. Had a very very noise family take up residence in the garage roof void and later one got stuck in my mother in laws central heating flue in Argyll - not your usual engineer call out for the boiler not working!! Seem to help keep any grey squirrels at bay too letting the reds thrive.


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Melanie Day

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Did the circular walk around Cheddar Gorge this morning (quite challenging). Had almost finished and spotted our Cali in the distance (Cheddar CandMHC site).

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We were here Mon 31st may, lovely little site. Didn't have enough time for the gorge as we were just one night on way to Cornwall but will come again.

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GrumpyGranddad

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We were here Mon 31st may, lovely little site. Didn't have enough time for the gorge as we were just one night on way to Cornwall but will come again.

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Yes nice little site. Facilities all open with some Covid limitations but no queuing so far :)
Some drama when we arrived. The guy in front of us with a large caravan (looked brand new) did a sharp left turn just past reception and the tail end of his caravan swung round and hit the post with the sensor for the barrier. Trashed it and took the corner off his caravan! He panicked and in moving dug it in even more and took the rear light off!! We felt for him - very expensive mistake. If you see a caravan with a mile of gaffer tape on the rear offside being towed by a BMW - it’s him.
 
altvic

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Weather forecast didn’t promise fog and mist at a South Wales Gower campsite.
 

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