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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Wordless Wednesday

Welcome to the weekly Wordless Wednesday Bloghop hosted by Focused on the Magic!  This weeks theme is "B" and it has us traveling down the Maharajah Jungle Trek!

Step lightly...







That sign is your last warning!
Will you turn back or face your fears?








These suckers (pun intended) are huge!

Creeped out yet?  Honestly they are fascinating.  After I got over the fact that I was not going to be bitten and turned into a vampire, I watched them for quite awhile.  No wonder there is so much folklore surrounding bats!



Batcrobatics

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XO, Ami

33 comments:

  1. Love it! I'm just batty over the bats whenever we're in AK! They are amazing to watch.
    Thanks so much for sharing and for joining in on the "B" blog hop fun today!

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  2. These bats are amazing, they are just so big. Our son first thought they were fake :)

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    1. They almost look fake...until they start moving!

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  3. Our boys loved seeing the bats up close and personal at AK. Great photos, thanks for sharing :)

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  4. I love the bats on that trail - they are fascinating to watch. Well. Except the time when they were rather, um, "frisky" with each other ;-)

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    1. Ah I haven't witnessed that! Haha! I suppose we are being somewhat voyeuristic as we watch them in their home...doing bat things...whatever those may be!

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  5. I love watching the bats...but there are usually too many people there for me...so I don't stay as long as I'd like. They are truly fascinating.

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    1. I agree! I was lucky that day and had plenty of room to study them for awhile.

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  6. Yes- bats are our friends! There is a bat epidemic in the Northeast, and as a result, the insect problem at our home in Vermont is out of hand!! So I'm with you Ami- :D

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    1. ooooo I would rather have the bats than the insects! There is one (probably several) around our house. In the summer evenings we see it swoop down, dip in the pool and swoop back up. We call it Stellaluna and look forward to seeing her every year!

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  7. I know that in theory bats are a good thing but I couldn't stand to be anywhere near them - just the thought of it gives me shivers so I'd be following the path for those who do not wish to see the bats! Your photos are very good though - now I know exactly what they look like there is no need for me to ever see them in person! :)

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    1. I understand. I had to overcome some shivers myself. Actually, I'm not sure I really overcame them--just got distracted by curiosity!

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  8. Don't like the bats. Love the pictures of the bats though. I'll take the high path with Lisa, but we still want to see your pictures at the end.

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  9. I'm not a fan of bats either but this ride piqued my curiosity that I would go on it and probably have fun. Awesome shots!

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