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Let's Hang Out Wood Bat House Shelter
59T93

$59.95

$59.95

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Our Let's Hang Out Wood Bat House will attract dozens of beneficial bats to your landscape. Bats eat hundreds of mosquitoes and other pests per hour, so it's always good to have some hanging around.

This fir wood bat house provides protection from predators and weather, and the grooved surfaces make it easy for them to roost. It's branded with three hanging bats and "Let's Hang Out."

Hang the bat house at least 10' off the ground in a south or east facing direction. Do not hang from a tree, as this area will be too cold and shady. Place near a water source and away from bright lights for optimum results.

Mount the house on a garage, barn or pole (south or east facing is usually best). Do not mount on a tree as it enables predators, is usually too shady (cold), and the branches impede the bats' flight. Place the house a minimum of 10'H off the ground to protect against predators; 15-20'H is best. You'll have a better chance of attracting bats if the house is near a water source, and away from bright lights.

Depending upon the bat size and population, this dual-chamber house can hold approx. 20-50 bats. Grooved surface makes it easy for bats to cling when landing and roosting. Handcrafted from durable, long-lasting fir wood; no painting, staining or maintenance required.


  • Fir wood bat house
  • Features three hanging bats and "Let's Hang Out"
  • Attracts insect-eating bats for natural pest control
  • Grooved, dual-chamber house attracts bats to roost
  • Keeps bats safe from wind and predators
  • Can house approx. 20-50 bats
  • Bats are a natural, eco-friendly solution
  • A great gift for nature lovers

16"W x 9½"D x 21"H


Dimensions
16"W x 9½"D x 21"H


Installation Tips
Mount the bat house on a garage, barn or pole (south or east facing is usually best). Do not mount on a tree as it enables predators, is usually too shady (cold), and the branches impede the bats' flight. Place the house a minimum of 10'H off the ground to protect against predators; 15-20'H is best. You'll have a better chance of attracting bats if the house is near a water source, and away from bright lights.


Fri Apr 19 23:09:20 EDT 2019