Very interesting! I have never given it any thought but now I am wondering about this... how do turtles nest and raise their young?
How cool! The turtle. Not the baby. Patience is a virtue.
How cool to have a turtle living in your yard. I hope that you are able to see the babies hatch. And I hope that your grandbaby gets here soon. Waiting is the hardest part.hugsCindy
Great pictures. Hope you get to see the little ones!I know how exciting it is waiting for that grand baby.Have fun,Cheryl
Oh Cindy, we had a turtle like this years ago. Love it! It disapeared for an entire year and then we found him again. Babies, how exciting!Hugs,Jann
How cool is that??? Hope you get to see the babies hatching!!!Trying to catch up blogland ~Happy Belated Anniversary!!!Happy Belated Birthday!!!Hope you had a wonderful Mothers Day!!!It's so hard to be patient when something so exciting is about to arrive!!! Keep us posted!Prim BlessingsRobin
Hi Cindy, the only luck we had getting turtle eggs to hatch is putting them in a bucket with sand and watering it ocassionally! Keep in a cool dry place! If left the racoons, snakes and other wildlife will eat the eggs!Good Luck
Well, isn't that just the neatest thing! I sure hope you do catch it, and can get some pictures, too! That will be so exciting!Also, Cindy please come by my blog and accept an award! I love how you always have something new to share! If you don't accept awards, then just know that I think your blog is very good and so enjoyable!Blessings,Susie
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