Box turtle hybernation
Hi everyone, I recently moved to Colo with my 4 adult and 2 (2 month old) baby box turtles. In Calif where I got my turtles, they lived in my back yard (not the babies) and around about this time of year I noticed they weren't coming out anymore, so assumed hybernation. I knew generally where they were, but didn't have to do anything for them. They just took care of themselves. And since it doesn't really freeze in southern Calif, I didn't worry about them. But they have now undergone big move (stress) and live in smaller containers, and they aren't hybernating, but they aren't eating either. I have about decided I have to set up indoor winter care for them with sun llights, lamps, etc. Two of the adults have crawled under the dirt (over 1 foot deep) and they may be hybernating, but 2 others are moving around and not sleeping, but not interested in food. Any suggestions anyone has for what I should do, please let me know. Should I separate the active ones? Should I put the not active ones in a dark storage room that stays around 65 degrees with no light? What if they wake up? Help please. Thank you.