This short film, made in Finland, has a similar premise as Owl Bat, Bat Owl. A bat is perfectly content in his tree until a new bird arrives. The bird lives in the daytime, while the bat is nocturnal. The bird makes the most annoying noises throughout the daytime while the bat is trying to sleep. The pair find gentle resolution as the bat goes out at night to catch insects and gives them to the bird’s chicks who nest in a hole in the tree. This film provides viewers aged 8-11 years old with a great way to consider identity and community by pondering the similarities and differences between the birds and the bats, and how much these should rightly divide them. The film also opens up a way to discuss the role of habitat and sustenance in notions of home, as well as the geographic consideration of Europe as a space of varied climates and habitats for different animals.