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Please spread if possible. Roads and cars have devastating effects on reptile and amphibian populations

Oh and, share a story of something you’ve done to help reptiles or amphibians (bonus if you include pictures) and I’ll make or write you something!

What a wonderful info graphic! It’s that time of year folks! Keep your eyes peeled and help our scaley friends get where they are going if they need it.

We always break for scaley friends even if the other humans get mad. I mean, we gotta keep faces like this one around for generations to come!

Quarantine Diaries Day 11 & 12⁠
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Yesterday I woke from my beauty nap and was in the most wonderful SUN puddle! YAY SUN! I stomped to go investigate my outdoor kingdom. What I found there can only be classified as a quarantine miracle! Greens sprouting from the ground! I could hardly contain my joy but I put on my inspector tort hat (its there you just can’t see it) cause I had work to do. ⁠
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I’ve been working hard, taste tasting every leaf that has sprouted, in order to ensure its quality. So far all leaves have received my approval.  It’s a tough job but some tort has to do it. ⁠

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Mr. Schneider came out of hibernation today!

Well, spring is here and it’s slowly starting to feel that way! So today we can start to welcome our shell friends that have slept through winter, back from their cold time’s nap! Yep, it’s the first of many, Welcome back Wednesday’s!  

Welcome back, Mr. Schneider! I hope you are well rested and ready to go! There’s lots of dominating to do!

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From Canadian Wildlife Federation Photo of the Day; April 2, 2018:

Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) takes its first steps from hibernation in Guelph, Ontario

Photographer: Debbie Oppermann

Its #WelcomeBackWednesday! looks like someone slept well all winter! Good morning, sweet shell friend! Warm up, then let the noms begin!