I'd agree it looks to contain fruit stones or similar. Could that make the droppings a bit loose and so a different size or shape to the normal? I wouldn't like to say what species it's come from, scatology isn't realy my strong point I'm afraid |8.|
Reminds me of an incident at a local nature reserve near a riding stables . . . a horse went past, and dropped a load on the path. Moments later someone's Labrador ran up, sniffed it, and promptly wolfed the whole steaming pile down. Cue, dog owner's utter disgust, and group of birders burst out laughing . . . :-O
I recently (in October) encountered poo with lots of mountain cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) on a hike in the Swiss national park, and was sure it had to be bear because of the high amount of such berries. But I then learned that this was fox, too. Badger would have been a possibility, but we were too high up, near the tree line, almost.