Hi guys Just thought I'd give you an update on our mad house This year we're planning to breed the beardies and the collared lizards, the corn snakes, the western hognoses and the Dumerils boas, hopefully! Well, we have put them all together, and have so far spotted the male corn getting busy with his three ladies, the Dumerils getting friendly, and although we haven't actually seen the hognoses mating we are hoping they have. Today Yemaya, one of our adult female beardies, has started digging and has become restless, meaning, judging by her history, that we will have beardie eggs in roughly a week!! And a bonus for us... we originally bought our hogg island boas as a pair, but when we later had them re-sexed we were told they were two females. They have been apart for a while, and since the smaller one has been off food all winter and has been slightly aggressive, which is totally out of character for him/her, we thought we would put them back together just to see - perhaps she is a he afterall.. haha and guess what, we witnessed them mating the other day!! I'm especially excited about them, as there are so many people cross-breeding them with commons today, and we would love to be a part of prolonging the life of this beautiful species. Well, that's all for now.. I'll keep you updated, but fingers crossed we should have millions of babies everywhere soon!!