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Na-na na-na na-na na-na-NAH! Batbox!

Late this past winter, my son decided to build a bat box for our summer bat visitors to nest in.  Bats, of course, are migratory creatures, flying south in late autumn for warmer climes in the tradition of many species of birds.  A few articles I’ve read lately assert that, given the extent and effects of global warming, some birds are electing to “stay home” rather than migrate.  I don’t know if the same might happen with bats.  I suppose it could.

Anyway, my husband insisted that, rather than buying materials to build the box, my son act according to tradition himself and scavenge what he needed from around the house and yard—you know, like my husband did when he was a youngster making stuff. Continue reading Na-na na-na na-na na-na-NAH! Batbox!