As we made breakfast Amy noticed this pine marten peering down at us from the crotch of a small cedar tree 8 feet above our heads. Soon Tank noticed it and was whining and pacing below. The marten seemed pretty agitated at first, but after a few minutes we tied Tank up a healthy distance away, went about making breakfast and the marten settled down. Even as we packed up camp the pine marten stayed up in the tree watching us. An hour later we loaded the canoe and paddled away wondering if the marten would change trees after we left.