Late last night Michael Gray showed me a patch (batch?) of bats up under the roof of my courtyard. He says they're Pallid bats. While I have more tolerance for bats than for mice, I don't know their species.
Here's a happy, well-fed Wilson's Warbler.
Other interesting birds seen today are numerous Townsend's Warblers, one Virginia Warbler, one Nashville Warbler, and a Black-capped Vireo. Yesterday I had a Black-throated Gray Warbler.
In Alpine, our ducks left two days ago. Guess they got the urge to migrate. Hope they come back in the spring. All six of them were born at our ponds.