B&B. Birds and bats. Even though the Preserve is all about nature, there are some doors, just not doors you normally see. We’ll start with a bird door (although the door is actually the top.)

© janet m. webb

Then we’ll go with a bat door. Narrow doors keep out non-bats.

Then back to bird doors, this time towards the top of Mt. Lemmon near Tucson. These are high-altitude doors. Looks like someone graffiti-ed it. 🙂

for Thursday Doors 1.14.21

  1. restlessjo says:

    I wonder how it feels to be a bat? 🙂 🙂

  2. Now this is creativity on a theme! 😀

  3. Ally Bean says:

    I’ve always wanted a bat house for our property. Can’t quite make it happen, so I’ll enjoy your pics.

  4. Dan Antion says:

    Those are pretty cool doors, Janet. I love the bat house. I’ve never seen one that looks like that. I only recently learned that bird houses are often designed to accommodate one species and discourage others.

    • I had no idea what that house was until someone at the Preserve said she’d asked the ranger about it. I had wondered about the narrow “doors”, though. I don’t know any birds that thin.

  5. Love the photos, Janet. I didn’t know there were special bat doors.

  6. d i l i p says:

    Very different take on the doors theme! Love the photos! 🙂

  7. Pretty neat doors, Janet! I’d never seen a bat birdhouse before. Very interesting!

  8. These are very unique and interesting doors.

  9. Amy says:

    Wonderful take on for the doors, Janet! Love it!

  10. slfinnell says:

    Made me bat an eyelash at your Doors 🙂 Enjoy your weekend!!

  11. Resa says:

    Neat take, Janet! You are all over the place with these doors. I love how you are thinking out of the box!

    • Around us, most of the doors that you can see are sun-resistant screen doors for obvious and necessary reasons. But it’s fun to do something a bit different whenever possible as well.