Origin of pine marten
Examples from the Web for pine marten
Historical Examples of pine marten
Further in the scrub we track a pine-marten to its lair in the rocks.Poachers and Poaching
Though commonly called “pine-marten,” it does not appear to have any special preference for coniferous trees.
The North American M. americana is closely allied to the pine-marten and Asiatic sable.
The American sable or pine-marten is about the size of a common domestic cat, and looks much like a young red fox.The Animal World, A Book of Natural History
This worm occurs also in the polecat (M. putorius), in the common weasel (M. vulgaris), and in the pine-marten (M. martes).Parasites
T. Spencer Cobbold