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The Stoat by John McGahern

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    Then a small movement of white at the bottom of the door of the disused dog kennel attracted my attention. There was a tiny hole and whatever it was it seemed to be peering out at something. I reached for binoculars just in time to see a white stoat dart out of the hole and push something I could not identify into the kennel. The stoat seemed almost ethereal as it scamperedaround in its ermine winter coat, looking incongruously white with no snow for camouflage. Judging by its length it was a male, as they are larger than the females, and the characteristic black tip to the tail seemed longer than usual.

    I saw this once: a cock pheasant was standing in the open, calling and flapping its wings. When the stoat saw the bird, it started running round in small circles, slowly moving towards its prey.

    The pheasant paid little attention, though it briefly stopped displaying and looked at the stoat as if mesmerised. The stoat leapt on the bird and bit it on the back of the neck. Then it briefly licked the wound, hence the myth that stoats drink the blood of their victims.