Winners Photography Awards 2010
Yellow-throated Marten by Sagar Gosavi
Normally secretive and skulking, even inveterate wildlifers will confess that they have seldom seen a yellow-throated marten Martes flavigula in the wild. Notice the yellow patch in the image, which gives this staggeringly effective hunter its name. Males are solitary while females may be accompanied by their offspring. Agile climbers they will scamper up trees in search of rodents, bird eggs and even honey.