If following rule of feeding as much as he can eat in 20 mins this red-eared slider turtle could eat half a bottle of food and he is always begging for more but in Winter he won't eat why?
Red-eared turtles hibernate in the winter. It is best to leave them alone, so they can feel "natural."
K. A. Winter has written: 'Management and feeding of young dairy animals' -- subject(s): Dairy cattle, Feeding and feeds
Teletubbies - 1997 Feeding Sheep in Winter 1-107 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
inthe begging of the book she is 11 then towards the end she is 12
Stop feeding your cat.
in the season winter
To me; peace, union, love, winter, and bird feeding birds.
Christian Kiefer has written: 'Feeding into Winter'
I have been feeding squirrels peanuts and my blue jays go crazy for them. I am worried about winter here in NJ as if I have to feed them all winter or not. I buy $40. and love watching these beautiful birds eat but do not want them to freeze as our winters have been getting pretty bad with snow and cold. If I stop feeding them will they go somewhere south where it is… Read More
M. B. Jawetz has written: 'The future of Welsh agriculture' 'The winter feeding of dairy cows' -- subject(s): Animal nutrition, Feeding and feeds, Cattle
Why is the taiga a good place for feeding and nesting during the summer for certain species of birds?
Taiga is cool forest ,with no growth in winter ,only summer season is best for all activities including nesting and feeding .
The National Elk Refuge near Jackson, Wyoming, is the winter feeding ground for the American Elk. The refuge supports 5,000 to 8,000 wintering elk each year. The elk only stay in the refuge during the winter, dispersing to the surrounding National Parks (Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park) during the rest of the year.
no, because when they hibernate they have to find their own ACCORNS. they can eat other stuff BUT not in the winter.
It hasn't all gone, but winter feeding times are getting shorter. Polar bears hunt seals on the Arctic sea ice, mostly during winter. They need to build up their reserves of fat to last them through the summer. Global warming is melting the winter ice more quickly, so bears have shorter feeding time. Summers are also getting longer for the same reason
Both species don't eat and live off their fat reserves during the winter
put them in hollowed out holes in trees, high up enough from the ground for them to be safe
They go deeper in search of warmer water and suspend around structure, feeding only rarely.
November is the begging of winter and the temperatures can drop to at least 15 degress centigrade. BUt during November the temperature can reach an average of 20 degrees centigrade. Francis,
An atomic winter is another term for a nuclear winter, a predicted drop in global temperature following a nuclear war due to dust in the upper atmosphere.
There were no winter Olympics in 2005. However they were held in Torino, Italy the following year in 2006.
There is no correlation known at the time between winter and the following summer.
Fish are more active in Spring/Summer, feeding and growing well but falling into a state of 'hibernation' in Autumn/Winter when they stop feeding completely. So feed in spring and summer. Stop in winter and fall! Most bags of koi food have directions on how much to feed depending on temperature. Don't overfeed or the pond water will get dirty faster.
Sap and seeds are what boxelder bugs eat if they are feeding in winter. Specifically, the insect in question (Boisea trivittata) favors the sap and seeds of ash (Fraxinus spp), boxelder (Acer negundo), and maple (Acer spp) trees. Their feeding is concentrated during the warmer weather. During cooler weather, they prioritize sheltering over eating.
usually 12 months, after they give birth they get pregnant again before leaving the rookery for the winter feeding season.
Feeding the birds in winter can be a rewarding way to enjoy birding in your own backyard when the weather outside is less than ideal. If you offer the best winter bird foods you will find a greater variety of birds visiting your feeders even on the coldest days. There are following foods offer great nutrition and their high caloric content. 1- Black Oil Sunflower Seeds 2- Suet 3- Peanuts 4- Nyjer 5- Fruit
In fall, black bears are heaviest after feeding all summer. They live off their stored fat during the winter sleep.
Winona Winter died on April 27, 1940, in Los Angeles, California, USA of following lengthy illness.
The most well known harsh winter was spent at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; however the following winter in Morristown, New Jersey was actually worse.
It is built when winter snows do not melt the following summer.
"The pronghorn lives in grasslands, brushlands and deserts. The pronghorn lives in herds that change in size depending on the season. In the summer, females and their young will gather in bands of less than a dozen individuals. Young males less than two years old form bachelor herds. Breeding males establish individual territories. In the winter, the herd will include males and females and can include hundreds of pronghorns. The pronghorn migrates from a summer… Read More
Winter: warm, low latitude tropical waters (breed and give birth) Summer: cooler, high latitude polar waters (feeding)
so that the babies will be mature enough to survive the following winter.
Likely because it is a popular and challenging winter sport with a large following.
the starving time
The following web address will give you a good guide for winter closing the pool http://swimming.about.com/od/poolandspamaintenance/a/ingroundpoolclo.htm
If you prune a Forsythia in Winter you will cut off the following Springs flowers. Prune a Forsythia after it ha s flowered.
I'm feeding a porcupine right now, Dec. 11, in Vermont in the sonw. He comes up in our field from the woods abut every other day.
Decreasing magna utility. Appexxx (:
Winter. Dust and debris will block the sun.
In the Northern Hemisphere the winter season officially start at the December solstice and lasts till the following equinox. The December solstice is on either December 20, 21, 22 or 23; and the following Equinox is around March 20, 21, 22 or 23
I used to feed my spiders mealworms in winter because there were no flies or moths. The spiders seemed fine with feeding on the mealworms....a grub should be ok to feed a spider.
Actually there were at least two although Valley Forge Pennsylvania is the most well-known. The following year the Patriots spent the winter at Morristown, New Jersey and the winter weather was worse there than at Valley Forge.
not fall nor winter... middle season . not winter nor summer .... middle season 'Meia estação' is when you are in the middle of the following seasons: spring/summer summer/autumn It doesn't apply to Winter, though.
At present, (June) it is Winter. The seasons begin on the following dates in the southern hemisphere: Spring - September Summer - December Autumn - March Winter - June
it was winter and they were low on food with the british chasing them.
Squirrels scatter seeds by hiding them in various caches in their feeding range. Squirrels do not hibernate but do enter torpor but when they are active they use their stores to sustain themselves in the winter.
Only animals living in cold-winter areas might need to hibernate, but members of the cat family, like the ocelot, do not hibernate even then. They are capable of hunting and feeding during the winter. Ocelots do not live where there are cold winters, so they have no need to hibernate, at all. So your answer is, "Ocelots do not hibernate".
The winter Olympics were held in France in the following years: 1924 - Chamonix, France 1968 - Grenoble, France 1998 - Albertville, France Hope this helps! Dr. B.
You can name your Webkinz Winter Fawn any of the following: -Snowflake -Snocap -Drift -Icicle -Icy -Icee -Blizzard -Bliss -Everest -Whisper -Moonshine -Fawn
Nothing different, the sea is static the whole year and they go on following food where ever it goes.