Blue Iguana Recovery Program

91 eggs are safe in the incubators.

Jun 29th, 2008 | By | Category: Captive Facility Blog

91 eggs are safe in the incubators. With more to come.  Bitter and O R O have laid their eggs in some new top soil we put by the facility.  While I was off the Isalnd int’l Volunteer Angie Gamber trapped a long-time free roamer “Wallflower” in an adjacent property and brought her to our facility. She, Wallflower, is pregnant and looks like she should lay her eggs very soon. I will continue with egg excavation when I get back to the programme on Sunday.  Deciding where to put all the hatchling cages will be a priority in the coming weeks.  Electricty, both hard wired and solar will be completed in the next few days.

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