At the beginning of May I was standing at this window watching RMan who waas busy with the alpacas in the paddock and noticed what I thought was a piece of wind blown litter in this little bush...
|This is our east facing bedroom window (so|
that we can lie in ed and watch the sunrise -
which we've never done lol)
So, I had to go and remove it. That's me - OCD.
|Can't remember what this bush is called|
but it came with us from our town house -
t'was a self-seeded baby from the mother
Giving it a good squizz before attempting to remove it, I discovered...
|On closer inspection "that" doesn't look like|
a piece of litter.
|That because "it" is a bat!|
I wasn't going to touch it to find out if it was still alive - which it obviously was, because it wasn't there the next day.
I've never heard of bats that don't hide themselves away in the dark during the daylight hours, especially given that this is an east facing wall and it, the bush and the bat would've been in the sun all morning.