I have 3 young Egyptian fruit bats for sale to the right home. All are this years babies and unsexed. Will only split if they are going into an existing colony, not for sale as single or pairs. £250 for all three. Proof of suitable enclosure required as don't want to see these end up in cramped...
Wanted trio/small group of Egyptian fruit bats. I have an enclosure built and ready and looking for a few of this species. I have kept these before and am hoping to start a colony again. Cash waiting.:2thumb: 07814 636296.
We have available an established colony of Egyptian Fruit Bats. I have known the originals for at least 13 years - they originated from Cotswold Wildlife Park and were part of my own collection. There is now thirteen adults, of which there are five (maybe more) females and there are an...
Never posted in this section before but would please like some opinions on this.
Across from my house there is a field where the owner is planning to have a large number of houses built, in the field there's a disused barn which we know bats have lived in and we know owls live in the barn as...
Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum - don't actually keep reptiles, but I do breed phasmids, and have a tank of red bellied piranhas, and I'm also a bat carer, with 9 bats in at the moment. It seems like a lively forum for unusual pets, so I thought I'd join and say 'hi'. :-)
I just came into possession of two adorable Egyptian fruit bats, and I was wondering if anyone could help me with some questions:
1) They seem to eat an inordinately large amount of food. Is it possible that I am overfeeding them, or will they only eat as much as they need?
2) What's the...
Are there any non-native uk bats you can keep in the uk as (I don't like saying this word,but) pets?.Would you need a handling licenses of some sort or zoo licenses if it is legal to own?.
Now i understand that it is illegal to keep any species of uk bats as pets, however i have researched into this and have found many people with austrailian flying foxes as pets.
I was wondering if anyone on the forum has any advice for me as i am considering making a small collection of fruit...
Invicta Arachnid Clubs next meeting is Wednesday 26th May 8-10.30pm
The Club meets at Bobbing village hall, Sheppey way, Sittingbourne, Kent ME9 8PL ( Just off Jcn 5 of the M2 ).
This is Invicta's 14th year and we want more to be part of the experience.
Our Guest speaker is Hazel Ryan...