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Thanks...I just moved out to the farm less than a year ago...have bird feeders out and growing flowers for the hummers and butterflies...I am keeping track of all the birds that come to my house...it is fun!!!!
I am no expert on bats but I would be very careful of one that hung around exposed in the daylight for 1 day and very leery of one that stayed for 3. This is far from normal behavior and could indicate it is ill or even rabid.
While bats are wonderful creatures that can be invaluable for pest control eating huge amounts of flying insects and especially mosquitoes they can often be rabid. Please be careful!
Murmur, it is a good life...I never ever intended to come home where i grew up...it just happened this way when my father got sick and i cam home to take care of him...I never left!!!!
This bat was on the wall of a 20 ft ceiling covered porch...it was daylight but he certainly never was exposed to sun...my son in law wouldn't let us get a broom to knock him off gently...he said they were very fragile creatures and could be dangerous, too...we just let him be...when I left on Tuesday morning after the weekend, he was still in the same place on the brick wall up high...thanks for the warning!!
We had a bat in the building where I work and looked up the animal control office. They gave us the number of a bat rescue group and they came out and caught it. All were safe.
If the wall near an outside light that attracts bugs? Could be it was young and got disorentated.