local wild chameleons

pssh

Avid Member
That Florida veiled is beautiful!

I wish cool stuff lived up here. It's too cold here for all but some really cold loving montanes. It never drops below 32 so I guess they could live here but I think it would get waaaaay to hot in the summer.

I see cockatiels every now and then, but I'm pretty sure none of the make it past winter.
 

Chintz

New Member
Have you tried looking? You do live in the desert. I grew up in the Coachella Valley.
Yes I live in the valley but I visit my family on the west coast in Morro Bay and Long Beach all the time and I look everytime I go up there.
 

mardithepanther

New Member
There is a wild "flock?" of parrots here in San Diego. I don't know exactly what part they live in but I have heard them EARLY in the morning as they fly by. Never have seen them but have heard. :)
IVE TOTTALLY SEEN THOSE PARROTS!!!!!!! I hear them alot too. I visit there sometimes. Do you live near ob?
 

melric

Established Member
I still think we should organize a cham hunt. Preferable an adult orientated group, maybe some of you kids too if your parents are okay with a group thing. Come on Socal!
 

PrettyInInk87

New Member
IVE TOTTALLY SEEN THOSE PARROTS!!!!!!! I hear them alot too. I visit there sometimes. Do you live near ob?
I live in North Park right next door to North Park Produce market... I wish I could see them but I only hear them. I think they perch themselves up on the tall palm trees and hide. I guess one day i'll see them...


Oh and i'm also still down for a Cham hunt. Lol! :p I think i'd need my parents permission first. :cool:
 

melric

Established Member
I live in North Park right next door to North Park Produce market... I wish I could see them but I only hear them. I think they perch themselves up on the tall palm trees and hide. I guess one day i'll see them...


Oh and i'm also still down for a Cham hunt. Lol! :p I think i'd need my parents permission first. :cool:
Lmao! You're too funny. Be sure they say yes. But, you've been contracted to the hunt.
"Is there no one else?" "Is there no one else?" lol
 

PrettyInInk87

New Member
Lmao! You're too funny. Be sure they say yes. But, you've been contracted to the hunt.
"Is there no one else?" "Is there no one else?" lol
Hahah! I'm 23, have a 3 year old son, i've been out of my parents house since I was 18, and they live 5 hours away. Lol! Should I still ask for permission?:eek:
 

JackP308

Established Member
Dodging bullets, watching for gators,snakes, and spiders alone could give me anxiety attack. Sounds like quite an eventful outing to keep you on your toes. As said great shots, Thanks for posting! Ill be down in gator country come March as usual. Ill Keep my eyes in the trees.
 
Dodging bullets, watching for gators,snakes, and spiders alone could give me anxiety attack. Sounds like quite an eventful outing to keep you on your toes. As said great shots, Thanks for posting! Ill be down in gator country come March as usual. Ill Keep my eyes in the trees.
If you want to do some herping, shoot me a pm.
 

TShook

New Member
I've heard this story many times .. If it is true you sholud just leave them alone .. and maybe one day you could go watch them in the wild and acting natural .. and not locked up in your 18"x18"36" tiny cage .. go buy a CB
 
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