The pine marten is an elusive nocturnal mammal about the size of a house cat. Studies show that martens cannot tolerate habitat fragmentation.
Frosty winter landscape in Quebec.
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Snow-covered conifers near the Bowron River in the wild Cariboo region of British Columbia.
Puffed up feathers provide insulation to conserve body heat during cold northern winters.
Hoarfrost on trees near Riding Mountain National Park, MB.
Timber wolf in a snowstorm. This species now occupies only 59% of its former range in North America.
Adult male polar bears play and wrestle in Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada.
Winter snow blankets Black Tusk, a giant lava rock jutting out of the Coast Mountain Range near Whistler, British Columbia.
Pine Martens need wild forests to thrive.
Timber wolf near Massey in central Ontario. Ontario wolves, while not deemed to be a "species at risk" in Canada, still need more protection from hunting, trapping and habitat loss.
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