Congratulations to Heather Shutt, the winner of the April Photo Contest! We are pleased to report we had 329 voters and 31 great entries. The photos in this contest really were great! I am glad I am not in charge of picking the winner.

Heather will receive a roach colony from Thank you very much to Buy Dubia for sponsoring the April photo contest!

Gecko Time Updates

Gecko Time has been around for a little over a month and so far the response has been amazing! We’ve seen over 5,000 unique visitors in the last 30 days. That is awesome, thank you!

Interview with Ron Tremper was a hit!

Most recently there has been a lot of buzz about our interview with Ron Tremper. He has even shared a debut photo of the new Blue Leopard Gecko Project. If you have not yet read it be sure to check it out.

Design Tweaks

We’ve also done some minor design tweaks. You may have noticed our freshly polished subscriptions features in the sidebar. Speaking of which, be sure to subscribe to our site via RSS or Email!

Advertising Now Available

Finally, we have added advertising to Gecko Time. We hope to hire a site manager for the summer and these funds will help pay this person. Be sure to check out the new Advertise on Gecko Time page for details.

Be sure to check back on Monday for a great guest post from Cody at Pro Geckos!

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I've been keeping odd pets since I was 14, keeping and breeding a variety of species from viper geckos to poison dart frogs. Now living in Georgia, working in online advertising.

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