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Re: outdoor enclosures

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Posted by Bianca on April 19, 2003 at 16:08:44:

In Reply to: outdoor enclosures posted by btorgy on April 19, 2003 at 16:02:22:

:I am looking to build an outside enclosure for my BTS, and one for my uromastyxs. Does anyone have any good links to sites with plans on how to do this? And any good tips always welcome. I live in the desert of Arizona, so am aware of the need for placement, it is the structure I am not sure about.
:Thanks always!

This wasnt what you asked but I have a great book you might want to order its from Barrons writen by Bartletts-Its called Terrariumand Cage Construction and Care.I got it from but you can find it anywhere.if you cant find a site that helps than you might want to pick it up.
WARNING-Once you house your animal outdoors it breaks your heart to bring them inside for the winter lol They ADORE a good outdoor enclosure with climbing branches,etc and real sun and slight night time drops.The main thing is to escape and predator PROOF it.

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