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Re: Will this 90 degree weather in CA effect alterna hibernation


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Posted by diabloreptiles on February 01, 2003 at 00:58:29:

In Reply to: Will this 90 degree weather in CA effect alterna hibernation posted by dangerdan on January 31, 2003 at 14:13:06:

:I am wondering if this 90 degree weather is going to effect my snakes in hibernation. I do not know if I should take them out or if I should leave them down. They went down in mid december and I think it might be too early to bring them out. How long do most of you leave yours down for?

I live here in the superior state of California... lol .... anyway I burmate around mid-late november early december and warm them up mid to late febuary with no problems though hognose and all wild cought I burmate until the weather refuses to stay below uper 50s .....and any males that are "picky breeders" but all females come out by early to mid. febuary and are powerfed until 2 weeks-ish after i see them copulate.this is what works for me and is definately not set in stone but mabe it will help!!

Jeremiah Ronsonet
Diablo Snake Farm





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