I’ll add more to this page over the next month, but below are a small sample of the 11 Redfoot’s available to go to new homes this summer. My Redfoot hatchlings are all F2’s, which are still fairly rare.
My breeding pair are of Guyanan origin.
And F2 means they are captive bred from captive bred parents. Most hatchlings available today are F1’s, which means the parents were wild caught.
Unfortunately, I can’t ship until Mid-to late May here in the Upper Midwest, but feel free to leave me a voice mail message if you have interest in one.
All of the 2011’s were incubated at a consistent 88-89 degrees, so there’ s very high probability they are all females.
2012’s and 2013’s were all incubated at 84-85 degrees, so they’ll be a mix of males and females.
Click on the “Currently Available” Category link on the right side of this page to see each of the 2011 available Redfoot’s.