Great advice, friendly people, and lots of frogs!
Originally Posted by rickster I'm raising about twenty grey tree frogs for the first time. I've got the vivarium going and all looks good. I have people interested in getting the frogs but I don't know old they should be before letting them go?? Can someone give me some info.
Went on a nature hike at a SC park yesterday and on the way back decided to take a stroll around a lake and ran into a baby Toad. What cute little guy! I hope you enjoy the pictures.
For some reason this site is unable to inline the pics so I will link to my Flickr Photo album http://www.flickr.com/photos/5130462...7631022684506/
Busy past few days!
We ran all over two counties Wednesday - Saturday, trying to gather what I needed for my setup; gotta love living in a small town where not many people raise reptiles/amphibians. We managed to find a 20 gallon tank with a sliding/lock screen lid, cricket food, calcium powder, basking light with dimmer & bulb, cricket cage, wood cave, sealant for the divider, a background, multi-vitamin supplement, thermometer, hydrometer & some water rocks. We already had
Updated August 13th, 2012 at 10:25 PM by Faith
This is my new turkish gecko Rexy .He is a VERY picky eater and only eats mealworms and fruit flies and he dropped his tail when i accidently put a cricket by him .He got revenge though.HE BIT MY EAR..now im going to say my favorite sentence .IM MAKIN WAFFLES!!!!
For those who don't know I am a 31 year old stay at home mom of 2 beautiful girls age 6 and 3. I am Canadian and proud to say it. I have a golden retriever named Arwen, and an old cranky cat named Skittzo XD. I had always loves animals of the furry kind. Cats, dogs, ferrets, horses. etc. But to ever say I could love a Frog... I never thought possible.
But in Oct 2010 we adopted a Grey tree frog for my daughters birthday. We named him Frodo. He was green when we got him but now stays
Updated August 10th, 2012 at 11:41 AM by Rae