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Martins Are Tough Critters
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Contributors to this thread:
DL 05-Feb-19
Shuteye 05-Feb-19
Pat Lefemine 05-Feb-19
TT-Pi 05-Feb-19
Paul 05-Feb-19
Brotsky 05-Feb-19
Owl 05-Feb-19
WV Mountaineer 05-Feb-19
elkmtngear 05-Feb-19
JTV 05-Feb-19
HA/KS 05-Feb-19
70lbdraw 05-Feb-19
From: DL
05-Feb-19

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I had no idea that a short legged barmit could keep up with a rabbit. Good thing they aren’t as large as a coyote or wolf.

From: Shuteye
05-Feb-19
Dang, he had staying power to boot.

From: Pat Lefemine
05-Feb-19
That’s awesome

From: TT-Pi
05-Feb-19
Amazing.

From: Paul
05-Feb-19
Like a tiny Wolverine

From: Brotsky
05-Feb-19
I cannot help but wonder how much more awesome this would have been if he had held his phone sideways! Ha!

I watched a martin hunting squirrels last fall for quite awhile in Idaho on an elk hunt. He was one athletic critter! I never did see him catch a squirrel but man could he move through the trees. Probably one of the coolest things I've seen in the woods.

05-Feb-19
Wow, neat!

From: Owl
05-Feb-19
Never would have guessed that outcome in a 100 yard dash with a hare.

05-Feb-19
That's one bad little dude

From: elkmtngear
05-Feb-19
Wow, impressive!

From: JTV
05-Feb-19
Cool !! ... I watched a mink not to many years back make short work of a Muskrat, that rat didnt have a chance .... That Marten was bookin' it thats for sure ....

From: HA/KS
05-Feb-19
Cottontails are not very fast. Jackrabbits are. I wonder how snowshoes compare?

From: 70lbdraw
05-Feb-19
Lol! That ole boy musta been huuuuungry!!!

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