I always look for all things Gila on the internet and come across this fun and well-written article on Slate.com of all places. Enjoy! Don’t Call It a Monster But be very cautious around the venomous, determined, lumbering Gila monster. https://slate.com/technology/2013/04/gila-monster-revolting-creature-the-large-venomous-lizard-of-the-u-s-southwest.html?fbclid=IwAR2U9cLhGrm-nB9LsJNj-73i_tngA3ICwdtyPPRf-d2qjPOwkviCt-z4sKQ Constance CaseyApril 26, 20138:00 AM We’re the ones with language, so we have the … Continue reading Great Gila article on Slate.com
It’s mid-February, the adult Gilas are slowly coming out of hibernation, the 2020 babies are going to new homes, and to say we are excited about the 2021 season is an understatement! This year we have an ultrasound that will help us improve breeding and oviposition, and we will share some information on this here … Continue reading 2021 Season Update
These Gila monsters were holdbacks from my 2019 season. It is amazing to see the changes in pattern and color over the year since they were born!!
My 2020 Gila monster season is off and running. After reviewing my data and re-reading my Gila books, I was going to wait until after April 1 this year to pair the Gilas as that is when the magic happened (and seems to be for others as well). With the Shelter-in-Place order in full effect … Continue reading The Honeymoon Suite