I think I should take her to the vet to see if she gravid. Rarely does she leave her pond. This is the second time she went out of water. I put her in my mom vegetable garden. It not far from the pond. So I hope She feel comfortable and hopefully she find a suitable spot to make a nest.
I’m relatively simple with my DIY filter.
A 5 gal bucket
And a fountain pump pumping 800 GPH.
I only use lava rocks as media. It been working well with my outdoor spotted turtle enclosure. My water was brown green now it crystal clear!
Her beak was already bought like that. I think it caused by the time she was caught for pet trade. Her condition has been disclosed by Turtles&Tortoise inc.
I was startled too initially. But it seem she very robust. I kept eye on her everyday to be sure she fine. So far I see a normal turtle.
Today my mom saw my female European Pond Turtle out of the pond. She looks very dry and covered in spider webs.
I wetted her with cool water. But for now I placed her in a tub with some organic dirt. Hopefully she will lay but she feel slightly less heavy than before? So that might be a sign she...
Oh man! You NEED to share the entire enclosure of your spotted turtles. You successfully keep painted turtles with them? I am too skittish to even try to mix with anything with Spotted Turtles.
Hit me up when have some surplus...I don’t normally ask members since I do not know their intentions...
Melie is my newest Spotted Turtle. She arrived today from a local breeder. I’m very happy with her. There might be 2 more additional hatchling I might receive from the breeder from his upcoming clutch of eggs. :p
All four of them.
Neige and Lindy
In Nevada, you might need a permit to hold possession of captive desert tortoise. You are not consider the owner of the tortoise. But a custodian looking after them on your property. lol
I would call the Tortoise Group NV