There aren't many birds around as they have been expropriated, but there are legions of cats. The two little Elongateds are setup in a box inside and are both eating well. I am building a better little habitat for them this weekend.
This species are Elongated which are the cousins of Forstens and I live in their local range which is tropical. They will have no problem with the heat as long as they have shade and access to water. The weather this year has been unusally extreme, from an extreme cold spell where night time temps were less than 10 degrees Celisus followed by almost two months of daytime temps in excess of 40 degrees celisus. These little guys survived in the ground and their parents did their normal activities, albeit less so when it was cold.
I notice the tortoise in the foreground has shell regeneration in the back. One of my females has spots like that, but also spots of exposed bone. Have you done anything to treat stuff like that?