A detailed original watercolour painting of a the pine marten is mostly found in the north of the UK, particularly Scotland. It prefers woodland habitats, climbing very well and living in tree holes, old squirrel dreys or old birds’ nests. It feeds on small rodents, birds, eggs, insects and fruit, and can even be encouraged to visit birdtables laden with peanuts and raisins. Mostly chestnut-brown in colour, the pine marten has a characteristic pale yellow ‘bib’ on its chin and throat. It has a long, bushy tail.
This painted is 8×10 inch on wood board, with a low sheen varnish and comes wrapped in cellophane for protection.