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Bats, photos and poetry ...
A boreal bat flying in the light. This happens in European north, more often in spring and autumn when e.g. Northern Bat (like the one on this photo) takes a short flight just minutes after sunset. This is the time when some tiny insects fly as well, so the bat can catch some of them to fill its stomach.
This observation at Ahli (Läänemaa, Estonia) was made on 18 October 2015. Photo by Matti Masing (Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX300).