Getting back to the sick pigeon/eye issue problem drinking at turtles water.
There was a large outbreak of birds with eye issues earlier in the Spring here on the East Coast. Lets not discount that angle.
On June 9, the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Wildlife Health Center...
A bit overcast & muggy. We did some early morning weed pulling & edging. We’ve let a few areas get a bit weedy ‘cause it’s been stinking too hot & humid all Summer. Early morning & evening temps are now tolerable.
Leaves on our Hybrid Tulip Poplars are starting to fall...
Greetings and welcome to the Forum.
Make sure you spend some time reading through @Tom ’s gospel on raising young Sulcatas.
You are right to worry about pyramiding - as it’s obvious...
I hated getting the first MOT on my car after shipping it over. Had to have the front head lights dipped down and to the left so that our US lights don’t blind on-coming traffic that is now on the right side. I also had in install a single separate super bright rear fog light in the rear of...
Very cool. I found a few wild mystery snail egg deposits a few years back while kayaking in Florida. They were laid on the posts of a few docks.
We have 9 in our current tank and they really are growing nicely. A mix of Ivory & Yellow ones. No eggs yet.
Happy Sunday all. A cracking day here 5his morning. Bright sunshine coupled with cool Autumnal temperatures.
I got out kayaking early this morning. Pretty perfect really.
Enjoy your Sunday. Lots of football in the US to watch & gardening too.
Aagh, the board. Going to add an extension to my ”temporary” work bench. I’ll cut off a few sections and augment the table top.
No problem finding birdseed. I‘ve only been feeding one cup or less a day. This way if the squirrels get hungry, they only get a small bit.
Looks like it has perlite mixed in along with probably other non-bark items. You want pure bark. Tortoises tend to pick at and eat the perlite which can cause impaction.
Coco coir or cypress mulch (natural, no additives or dyes) will work as well.