Spring is here and it's an ideal time for letting your chameleon spend some time outside.
Use caution though so your chameleon is not getting direct sunlight. Even in indirect sunlight, ( in the shade, with a cover), your chameleon will benefit from the nutritious UV rays, besides getting the benefits of the healthy fresh air.
What to stay away from are windy days, ( if your cham cage is not secure and can blow away), dry temperatures with little humidity, extreme heat (for me it's past 90 degrees) or cold (below 50's- depending if it's in the sun and for a short duration), predators such as birds, raccoons, cats, dogs, etc.
Watch your chameleon to check it's comfort level of distress or pleasure.
I found this pop-up tent at a bargain price if you could use it to protect your chameleon while outdoors from the elements and also for privacy. It can be found here and is a Spring Sale.
4/19/2017 0 Comments
Red Body ambilobe babies arriving!
Beastie Boy has paired with Thor daughter (Canvass Chameleon) to produce this 2nd clutch. They have been hatching for a month now and as you can see, they're still popping up. Tiny heads appear as they break through their panther chameleon egg shells :)
Sacramento Chameleons - where we care !
225 30th Steet, Sacramento, CA.