Photo by Suzie Ross
Photo of adult is from 23 April 2016. There are only 4 bats this year in their habitual roost, down from about 12 last year. On 5 May, an adult was found dead on ground under roost. (specimen to Redford University) On 3 June, a very immature infant was found on the ground, alive, but very feeble. It died within 24 hrs (specimen preserved). On 11 June a more mature infant was on ground, clinging to nearby wall. Spy camera shows that bat flying up to roost evening of 11 June.
appears to be a flying 'ant', perhaps some species of termite. They appeared in large numbers one morning in the bathroom
Winged insect on a blackberry blossom