lets just say you had not one, but two, bats sequestered into a corner of a “built in” area in your toddler’s playroom, which is a recessed cedar space that I suppose might be used to put in an entertainment center if you’re into that sort of thing. they are wedged in the corner of a space that’s only about 18 inches wide and they are about 8 feet off the ground, so even if you’re tall it’s still a bit of a stretch to get to them and since the space is so narrow it seems likely that they will GET TANGLED IN YOUR HAIR!
so, smarty pants, how do you get them out while minimizing trauma to yourself and the bats ( i.e. any solution that involves smeared bat guts on the inside of the space is not an option 🙂 ). oh, and they seem pretty content to sit where they are, so just banging on the wall isn’t an option.