Thursday, November 3, 2011

It's that Time AGAIN...

I know we discussed breeding and plans a month ago or so, but I am going to tell you, I have not really thought about it since.

I have thought maybe briefly about something here and something there, but not sit down and PLAN kinda thinking.

And now, here we are, a few days past my birthday, which is usually the time where I have already planned things completely out and have started pairing up.

Hey, guess what?

I haven't started pairing up.

So I need to get my act together and get things planned and going and ready, because apparently, it's breeding season again.

Recall that I still have one or two clutches left to be laid...


So therefore, I'm not quite mentally prepared to start a new season when the last season hasn't even finished yet!

But... It has to happen, or I may loose valuable breeding time that cannot be retrieved.

The tubs with markers for animals that will breed this year have been up since the last time we discussed, but I really need to get cracking on who goes with who. And of course, stick with that one pairing. No more mystery clutches if I can help it.

Have you guys already started pairing? Have you already planned who to go with who?

You have any suggestions for what you'd like to see next year out of the Heather's Herps menagerie? 

As always, I feel like I am late, but the East Coast tends to have earlier clutches than the West just by default seasonal changes.

So off I go, to print out spreadsheets and plan pairings.

And this time, I'm going to do it for REAL.

Have a great day, my friends.


Anonymous said...

i am in atlanta ga and i am already having locks in my collection... let us see more enchis and maybe axanthic enchis!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey it would be great to see a caramel gargoyal,i have not heard or seen any made.

Jackie said...

I think you need to take that sweet lil lavender male and mate him to EVERYBODY.

Enchi stuff. Turns the super pewters into super pewter pieds. Sable stuff. Have you made straight-up super sables? I wonder if super sable pinstripes make camos the way chocolates do...