This scat was found on the same woodland track as the previous photo which I thought was pine marten.
This scat was considerably smaller and a different shape to previous one.
No identification made yet.
No interactions present.
Difficult to say could still be fox to be sure its best to get in DNAed
Again, we need some idea of size. Fox droppings vary considerably depending on what it has been eating. If eating mammals then it is hard and consists of fur and bone; however, at the other end (pardon the pun) if, as in autumn, it eats lots of berries it is a black paste - more like a birds dropping.
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Lat/Lng: 56.339, -4.331
OS grid ref: NN560187