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Posted: Mar 1 2012, 08:41 PM
Group: Full Members
Member No.: 5,888
Joined: 1-March 12
Joining because I have recently become the parent of two baby red eared sliders and would like to set up a pond this summer. (I'm real. lol)
Posted: Mar 2 2012, 11:37 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 1-September 03
Welcome to the forum!
Check out http://www.fishpondinfo.com/turtles/turpond.htm to get you started. If the turtles are very small, you will need to protect them from predators either with fencing and netting or keeping them indoors until they are larger.
Robyn, Analytical Chemist, Zone 6/7, Maryland
Servant to 5 cats, 2 rabbits, 3 guinea pigs, 3 chickens, 2 mice, 1 redbellied turtle, 3 freshwater aquariums (65, 50, & 20 gallons), 2 saltwater aquariums (6 and 12 gallon nano cube reefs), 7 outdoor ponds (1800, 153, 50, 30, 20, 20, & 12 gallons), 1 indoor pond (50 gallons, winter only), crickets, mealworms, and hundreds of fish (of about 18+ species), amphibians, snails, shrimp, corals, crabs, worms, and so on in those aquariums and ponds. A mostly full list of my current animals is at http://www.fishpondinfo.com/animals/animallist.htm