It’s been a while since I’ve posted about the parsons, They were moved from old smaller enclosures into a new purpose build shed, both have large floor to ceiling enclosures, 7ft long, planted and with their own access to outdoor 6ft long sunrooms for warmer days. The shed is also fitted with improved ventilation with windows and built in extraction fan so I can keep temperatures down and cool at night. Their old houses which were 5ft long now house my veiled and panther so they are happy and also have their own access out to individual 6ft sunrooms. The other side of the shed now has three condos, housing a xanth, a porcus false chameleon and Nemo a kinyonga boehmei. These two parsons seem to take change and moving quite hard and took a long time to settle in but they finally have and I am confident that this summer will see them do well and contribute to grow. Atticus, CBB 15 was 60g when I got him back in summer 16, he is now 500g and unbelievably impressive, he doesn’t like being looked at and starts to stress fairly easily but tolerates handling well. The female is still 500g despite being tricky to feed for a while but she is getting back on form now. They seem to take up a lot of time and space and in the summer I spend even longer with them, letting them out in the sun, adjusting their shading for the days weather, misting sessions etc, I’m their personal attendant all day but despite the work and the stress of being guardians to these creatures they are worth it and I do feel privileged to work with them. I’m so proud of Atticus, he was such a funny little duckling and is growing to be a Swan. Complete with calci fly. Little baby Atticus. Females enclosure is straight ahead but the enclosure goes around the corner to the right but half is hidden from view. Female at top of enclosure.