There is a great fountain of useful information on the web regarding sugar gliders, and rather than having dozens of pages of information on my own website I've linked to the most helpful and recommended ones that I'm familiar with.
These first few links are a collection of articles or files covering a vast array of topics.
Glider Central Articles - A really great place to start, Glider Central being one of the longest running and most helpful resources of glider information well before Facebook was around.
Suncoast Newslettter - An Archive of over 10 years of Newsletters from Suncoast Sugar Gliders covering a vast array of topics. Join Lisa and the adorable Arnold as they share years of wisdom and answer questions with amusing antics.
Gliderpedia - A Wiki of glider information with over 200 glider related articles. Please keep in mind that these articles are edited by the public so all information cannot be verified as being 100% accurate.
Glider Anatomy - One of the only pages out there that not only tells it like it is, but shows it. For excellent detailed images and explanations
Glider Colors - The most inclusive and informative page of colors I’ve seen on the net
Calcium to Phosphorus ratios- Keeping your Calcium to Phosphorus ratios in check is an important part of being a good suggie provider. There are lots of great charts on the net with ratios to help you in making the best choices.
From an archived Suncoast newsletter an alphabetized chart with a little bit of insight on why Ratios are important
A favorite Guinea Pig chart (because our gliders are not the only animals that this is important for) that lays out the highest Calcium Ratio offerings for Fruits and Veg's first
Safe/Toxic Plants - An amazing list of Safe/Toxic Plants/Woods to use or avoid for your glider
Neutering FAQ's - An amazing article with some excellent information
Meal-Worm Farming - is a great way to keep your mealworm's constantly in stock to keep your suggies on your good side.
The quickest way to a suggies heart is through its stomach, and for many of them Mealworms are the all-time favorite.
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Suncoast Bonding Series - An excellent 6-Part series on what to expect with bonding along with great tips and strategies to do it.
If you don't have time to go through the whole series, I'd especially recommend reading Part 5 as I feel it is the most important of them all and
should be read by every glider keeper new and experienced.
Part 1 - The Human Attribute and the importance of confidence
Part 2 - Glider’s bond by Scent
Part 3 - So how long should bonding take?
Part 4 - Tent time
Part 5 - The realities of bonding
Part 6 - Are my gliders bonded?
The King Kong analogy by Bourbon - How large and scary we must seem to them