So for a while now I've heard what I thought were bats in our roof (in the crawl space, we don't have an attic). They've chosen a spot about 15-20 feet off the ground in a little overhang of the roof and somehow they squeeze into the roof into our living room (not actually into it, but there's just a few planks separating them and us). You can hear that little squeeky echolocation sound they make, and there's always poop on the deck (little pellets). A few weeks ago we started finding little fluff balls underneath their nesting area. My dad thinks it's old insulation that they're tearing out, but I think it's wool from a wool ball we've hung up for the birds to take and nest with. Today there's a ton of said fluff and now chicken feathers! No, a chicken wasn't killed, it's all feathers from different birds. Do bats nest like this? If it's not bats, what is it?