Maia and Guida continue to enjoy their surroundings to the fullest. We are in the middle of the dry season now, and while colors are changing and it’s starting to look like fall, there is still plenty for the girls to eat. They still eat the grass you see in this photo, but they also duck away into the densely treed areas for all the greenery they could possibly desire.
Their habitat has lots of spots like this, making dinner time feed interesting some nights. The other night it took driving around a few times before the girls popped up from their hiding space. Although they don’t technically need their dinner, it does contain their supportive supplements and allows us to check in on them, make sure their acting normal, their appetite is good and everything else is ok.
Maia and Guida were perfectly fine and often seem a little entertained at how long it can take to find them. While Maia used to make sure you found her somewhat quickly, she seems to have lost a bit of her dire need for food and instead enjoys staying with Guida, listening to us drive around in circles.
The photo- lovely Miss Maia. The giveaways from her side view are that her belly still looks round, she’s shorter than Guida, her spine isn’t pronounced like Guida’s and even her face is fuller. Sometimes the fuzzy head gives it away as well.