To the unknowing, these might look like mouse scats. In fact, to the knowing they look like mouse scats, but the are, in fact, bat scats.
This means our bats are back. Most likely, we have big browns (Eptesicus fuscus), which have always been a very common house bat, but with white-nose syndrome taking its toll on little browns (Myotis lucifugus), the odds of these being LBB droppings is now pretty slim.
A couple years ago I rescued a baby bat that had fallen from its maternity roost out front. With the help of our maintenance man, I scaled a ladder and put the little fellow back up by the roost entrance so it could return to safety and its mother.
If you want to read more about the rescue of this bat, visit my post at here.