The New Doorman at the Lodge

TeresaB

Winlock, United States

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Nikon D300 ~ 18-200mm Nikkor lens
f 5.6 ~ 1/125s ~ ISO 1000
202 views as of 6-15-13
Taken at Crater Lake Lodge in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon (US)
American Pine Marten

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I kept seeing these little critters in the trees along the road as we drove up to the lodge. They seem to be quite abundant near Crater Lake. This little fellow appeared to have taken up residence at the lodge. He was near the front door when we arrived, and I spotted him several times throughout our stay. He was particularly drawn to the garbage cans, of course, and crawled in and out of them frequently, sometimes coming up with a tasty morsel….and sometimes not!

Per Wikipedia
The American marten is broadly distributed in northern North America. From north to south its range extends from the northern limit of treeline in arctic Alaska and Canada to northern New Mexico. From east to west its distribution extends from Newfoundland and south west to Napa County, California. In Canada and Alaska, American marten distribution is vast and continuous. In the western United States, American marten distribution is limited to mountain ranges that provide preferred habitat. Over time, the distribution of American marten has contracted and expanded regionally, with local extirpations and successful recolonizations occurring in the Great Lakes region and some parts of the Northeast. The American marten has been reintroduced in several areas where extinction occurred.
The marten lives in mature coniferous or mixed forests in Alaska and Canada, the Pacific Northwest of the United States and south into Northern New England and through the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada. Small groups of martens live in the Midwest in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Trapping and destruction of forest habitat have reduced its numbers, but it is still much more abundant than the larger fisher. The Newfoundland subspecies of this animal (Martes americana atrata) is considered to be threatened.

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