Daily life clips: babies on the airer

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Saskia, Bamboo, Grasshopper, Juniper, Inky Pinky, Parlez Vous and Eiffel are hanging out on the airer and I get confused trying to remember who is whom.
Saskia, Bamboo and Grasshopper are from the Shoalhaven, Juniper is from the south of Sydney, and Inky Pinky, Parlez Vous and Eiffel were all from dead mothers on powerlines in Sydney.

All have since been released via a creche system
When the hand raised babies are 3 months old, they go into a creche, where they join other orphans and form a group. They learn batty etiquette and how to live in a batty shrug off their human mums and want to be with the other batties. When they are emotionally and physically ready, and uninjured, and around 4-5 months old, they’re put into a release cage under a colony and they can integrate into the colony and fly out with the wild bats. If they can’t find enough food, they can always come back to the cage for a feed. Support feeding is put up on the outside of the cage for as long as they are coming back and eating it. When the colony flies out for winter, they have fully integrated and fly out with them.
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