This reminds me that I have not seen more than a few bats since I met this one three years ago.
He or she; let’s just go with ‘it’ – has no name that I am aware of. It might be an acquaintance of Pepe. ( https://tonytomeo.wordpress.com/2018/03/04/pepe/ )
It showed up in a conference room at work, and needed to be removed. The young lady who found it motionless on the floor did not want to handle it, so I took it outside and laid it on top of a utility panel, hoping that it might fly away. After only a few minutes, it was gone. I did not see a cat or anyone else who would have eaten it; so I am hopeful that it flew into a nearby riparian area to find some insects to eat, and to recover from being trapped inside.
I have no idea what happened to it, or how it ended up in such a bad situation. It was on the floor below a skylight…
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Perhaps a drone interfered with its radar system and it lost its sense of direction. We often get bats in summer fluttering around in the evening when it begins to get dark.
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Drones are not allowed at the Conference Center where this bat was found, but there is other infrastructure that could be just as troublesome for them.