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Category : Bat Houses
Category : Conservation Species Specific Nest Boxes
Conservation Bat Condominium
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- SKU: CCP01001
- Availability: In Stock
The perfect home for a nursing colony of backyard bats!
Most species of North American Bats are insectivores, eating from 3,000 to 7,000 insects nightly. Our bat habitats are proven effective because each one is manufactured with a unique roughened surface which bats can easily cling to. These houses are solidly constructed for warmth, insulation and durability and open at the bottom so they need no cleaning and the birds will not nest in them.
This best seller accomodates over 50 bats and is ideal for a nursing colony. The vertical house contains 4 chambers and can be easily mounted by a hanger on a building or a tree. Quality Eastern White Pine construction. Certified by Bat Conservation International. Made in the USA!
Give a spacious and comfortable home to bats in your yard with the Consweervation Bat Condominium. Bats are a useful tenant in many backyard gardens, as they eat insects at night to offer you a natural form of pest control. This sturdy home is made of traditional northeast pine to create a durable and unique roost for as many as 50 bats to comfortably populate. Four separate chambers and a generous, tall design allow ample space for helpful bats to find solace in your yard as they cull the presence of pests, and the open bottom facilitates easy entry while preventing squirrels, birds, and insects from gaining access. The rough hewn pine creates a multitude of spots for bats to easily grip the surface, and the narrow design allows the item to retain heat for maximum interior comfort. The unfinished wood construction adds a rustic and quaint look to the piece, providing you a handsome accessory while lending bats a safe haven, and a sturdy metal hanger on the back allows it to be easily placed on a wall or tree. Invite bats to create a thriving community as they moderate your yard's pest population with this Bat Condominium.
Bats that use this house include
big brown, cave, eastern pipistrelle, evening, little brown, Mexican free-tailed, northern long-eared, pallid, Pallas' mastiff, Rafinesque's big-eared, southeastern, and Yuma bat
Bat Condominium Dimensions:
19"h x 9-1/2"w x 7-1/2"d; Weight: 10 lbs.