Have you spotted a pine marten in Wales?
Pine marten populations are on the increase in the UK, gradually spreading from Scotland where persecution pressures were less.
So if you've seen one in Wales, please do tell the Vincent Wildlife Trust about it, and if you have a picture we'd love to see it. So please share it either on the Springwatch Flickr group, or post a comment below with a link to you preferred photo hosting service.
UPDATE: Thanks for your comments. You've given us some really strong leads. We've now been out setting up some camera traps to try to film a pine martin in Wales. Watch this space....
But this would also be a good point to get to know the mustelids (the weasel family) you're likely to spot in the UK, with the help of your photos.
Big, cream bib, long legs, bushy tail, cat or fox-like.
Banded face, stubby legs, browny black
No bib, white nose, but not banded like a polecat, water loving
Big, sleek muscular tail, looks like an otter...
White bib, stubby legs, small, black tip on its tail (can be white in winter)
Really small, white bib, stubby legs, NO black tip on its tail