It took me a while, but I finally found a suitable spot for the Bat Cave after I confirmed that the Tawny Frogmouths sitting in the banana tree just metres away, DON’T eat microbats.
The cave has a landing strip, an emergency exit, hanging rails with room for two rows of bats and a removable hatch with a porcelain handle in case I can’t resist having a “sticky beak”. If there was a bat version of Trip Advisor, this cave would get 5 Stars !!
It isn’t the most beautiful object in my garden (sorry Jack ) and I’m sure the bats won’t give a hoot (we won’t mention Owls) but I’m sorely tempted to do some decorating …
2 thoughts on “Inside the Bat Cave …”
The bat lady now! It looks wonderful, definitely 5-star accommodation. Hope the bats appreciate it.
Now all you need is for the bats to take up residence and cry “to the Bat Cave!!!!!”