10 Year Member!
- Aug 3, 2010
- Location (City and/or State)
- Southern Md - Northern Neck Va
Do you think it's possible that sulcatas come out of their burrows late evening to when it gets dark using moon light to see when it's very hot in their natural habitat during the day light hours? I've posted several times over the years about Walker my adult sulcata coming out late in the evening to graze and eat what food I put out for him spring, summer, fall and winter. He doesn't need moon light because his yard is never totally dark because of lights that I have on day and night. Last night he came out at 6:50 and tonight it was close to 7:30. Took these tonight and he is in the last pic but can't make him out.