I like how they made that burrow.
Wouldn't work outside here for my boxies though, one heavy rain and that would flood.
With winter coming up here I'll soon have to say 'night' to all of mine when they go down for winter. I'll miss them all.
Originally Posted by kittiesx2
Babies are definately a future project. I need to pick up an incubator next year for the gecko's and rubbermaid tubs "just in case"
We'll wait and see what happens.
I actually found a Russian tortoise breeder only a few hours from me and so I'm sure that a CB girl is in my future.
Hm, I suggest you don't breed the geckos. Unless your girls are % het for whatever albino you have you will get nothing but normal leos. It will be harder to place normals, then it would were they a popular morph.
Aside from that there are already so many in pet stores that either die there or go to horrible homes that it's not really worth adding to the population, unless you can insure a home for each and every one of your babies. Keeping that many yourself will get expensive, so if you don't breed insects already you'll find that to pretty much be the only way to afford feeding so many mouths.
But if you're truly set on it, you may want to think of a shelf setup and heat tape.
You may actually have decent luck selling/placing baby tortoises.
Myself, I have a 'oops' clutch of yearling box turtles that probably shouldn't have hatched - they hatched before winter and hibernated in their nest without me knowing they were out there. I'm lucky I was able to take care of 8 more mouths to feed.
I can understand wanting to let your geckos breed through.
It is neat to see the little newly hatched babies. I decided to let my golden geckos breed this year, luckily they're not as prolific as leos.
I have no plan on breeding them in the future, they're at middle age now and there's no demand for CB goldens (can't even give them away).