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The Mink

Diet

The European mink is generally carnivorous. Its diet is based on the most abundant and available prey at any given time, providing that it is to be found in the water or along the banks. It feeds on water rats, mice and moles, amphibians, fish and crabs in particular.

Minks are a crepuscular and nocturnal species. During the nightime and at twilight, they centre their activity on looking for food and changing their den, whilst their little daytime activity takes place within or close to these shelters.

Partners


    Gestión Ambiental de Navarra, S.A. Fundación Crana Tragsa

Co-financers


    Gobierno de Navarra Gobierno de España

LIFE+ Environmental Recovery of the River Territory: a vital area for the European Mink (Mustela lutreola) | LIFE+ MINK TERRITORY