Tortstork shipped out its 378th egg this week and it successfully hatched! Our successful hatch rate is 94.44%. The failures vary from unknown reasons, but there are some theories. It could be form mishandling during shipping to not having the right incubator to having too high of a temperature in the incubator to delays in shipping causing the egg to overheat inside the box. It also could come down to the fact that they were shipped at the wrong time during incubation. The customers who have experienced a healthy hatch can attest that this is one of the greatest experiences. If you are one of those customers, and would like to do a video testimonial, please contact me at email@example.com. I would love for you to take a video and express your feelings and experience. Ill edit it and post it on my social media feeds.
We are coming to the end of the summer egg season, with some random females laying fall clutches, but for most females here at Tortstork, they are done laying until next year. It now shifts gears and the winter clutches will begin. Species like cherry heads, red-foots, leopards, and Indian stars. Keep watching my social media posts on Instagram and Facebook for updates and availability. You can check out the data results for the first 378 eggs. Learn where the stork dropped off the eggs by using the interactive map. See what egg got shipped the farthest (over 4,000 miles). The direct link to the data is Tortstork Results.