Interesting blog about Free ranging

Sonny13

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Ive passed by houses w cats in the window, never an iguana! 🤣🥰😍 This is cute!

who knows what they where doing at the end 😌

look at that love couple

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Motherlode Chameleon

Chameleon Enthusiast
I think free ranging is great. I used to have a free range inside my greenhouse. However now I mostly only free range my chameleons outside on garden trees supervised on good weather days to receive/bask on natural UV rays. I think my chameleons respond positively to free ranging on multiple levels.

Best Regards
Jeremy A. Rich
 
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Sonny13

Avid Member
I think free ranging is great. I used to have a free range inside my greenhouse. However now I mostly only free range my chameleons outside on garden trees supervised on good weather days to receive/bask on natural UV rays. I think my chameleons respond positively to free ranging on multiple levels.

Best Regards
Jeremy A. Rich
We got a large olive tree in our garden, that will be her weekend spending time for this summer (y)
 

Motherlode Chameleon

Chameleon Enthusiast
We got a large olive tree in our garden, that will be her weekend spending time for this summer (y)
Just to elaborate more on my previous comment. I think for my chameleons an outside free range experience prosper from natural UV, exercise on an entire tree for extended periods, watering outside with a hose or sprinkler(they seem more relaxed drinking outside), physiologically about being uncaged for extended experiences outside of an enclosure, feeding outside allowing hunting and have more natural feeding behaviors, and supervised experiences with other chameleons nurturing more natural behaviors. I normally find a big tree, pull up a big chair, grab a drink, grab a garden hose with a raindrop type spray head, and supervise two or three chameleons for 1-4 hours depending on what is going on for that day. Then I rotate tree's to give my chameleons some variety. That normally make for a good day at home with the chameleons. If the chameleons want anymore outside time unsupervised they go in my outdoor enclosures.

Best Regards
Jeremy A. Rich
 

Sonny13

Avid Member
Just to elaborate more on my previous comment. I think for my chameleons an outside free range experience prosper from natural UV, exercise on an entire tree for extended periods, watering outside with a hose or sprinkler(they seem more relaxed drinking outside), physiologically about being uncaged for extended experiences outside of an enclosure, feeding outside allowing hunting and have more natural feeding behaviors, and supervised experiences with other chameleons nurturing more natural behaviors. I normally find a big tree, pull up a big chair, grab a drink, grab a garden hose with a raindrop type spray head, and supervise two or three chameleons for 1-4 hours depending on what is going on for that day. Then I rotate tree's to give my chameleons some variety. That normally make for a good day at home with the chameleons. If the chameleons want anymore outside time unsupervised they go in my outdoor enclosures.

Best Regards
Jeremy A. Rich
Wow, these are my intention as well. Only need to wait a few for weather get warm enough. Unfortunately outdoor enclosures is no option, too many cats and squirls on the loose. And the weather ain´t good enough for unsupervised outdoor pleasure.
Thanks for your contribution (y)
 
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