My gray tree frogs have been for sale for almost a week, and I've had no potential buyers yet. The weather is slowly getting cooler and cooler here in North Carolina, so I've set a release date for my froggies: September 26th! I love my little frogs and want the best for them, whether they end up as someone's cherished pet or allowed to live wild and free. I have no regrets, even if I don't sell a single frog (although that would be nice too, haha!) So if you would like to buy one of my
The weather has finally cooled off a little bit down here in North Carolina, so I'm ready to sell my gray tree frogs! I'm going to be talking to both UPS and USPS to find out the best (and cheapest) way to ship the frogs to you. If you're interested in buying a gray tree frog, please contact me as soon as possible! I want to be able to give you a quote on the shipping charges. Below is some information on the frogs, pics, and a video! Enjoy, and I hope to hear from you soon!
My gray tree frogs are still eating wingless fruit flies, but they are almost big enough to eat small crickets. When they do, I will begin to ship them out. Yay! In the end, I only have six frogs for sale. It was too overwhelming to raise all forty-something froglets, so I released them. A few of the froglets died near the beginning, and I'm keeping two for myself. So there you go. I guess I'll sell them on a first come, first serve basis. For those who are interested in buying one,
It's been a while since I've posted an update on my gray tree frogs, mainly because they are just eating and eating and eating. They have grown a little bigger, but I feel they are still too small to ship. However, now that August is here, cooler weather is just around the corner. I plan on shipping these little guys out at the end of August or the beginning of September. Shipping them safely and efficiently will be my next big adventure! I do plan on keeping two of them for myself.
After a mere seven days, my froglet population has grown from 1 to 12! Most of them are eating fruit flies now. Here is my opinion and experience with fruit flies from various sellers:
Ed's Fly Meat
Their flies are wingless. I find these are slower and less dexterous than the winged variety, making them easier to catch and contain. It took 11 days for them to ship, but the flies were in good condition when they arrived and very plentiful. The starter kit also assures me