Kansas man hopes to raise bat awareness after bat encounter
September 8, 2017
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Since Topeka resident Andrew Ginn woke up to a bat resting on the back of his head, he has learned more about bats in Kansas than he ever wanted to know. And now, he's hoping to share that knowledge with as many Kansas citizens as possible, since he believes there is a lack of knowledge around the nighttime creatures.
At first, Ginn was in shock to find a bat in his house.
"There was a little brown bat on the bed, it had landed on the back of my head," he told The Topeka Capital-Journal . "At that point it was around 2:00 a.m. and I just wanted to go to sleep, so the n...