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Bat House Plans – Tips For Building A Bat House And Attracting Bats To Your Garden

tips for building bat houses - "chambers at least 14" wide and 24" tall (bigger is better), and a wide landing area with a very rough surface beneath the entrance. Do not use pressure treated lumber. These furry little creatures prefer temperatures between 85°F and 100°F."

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Ideal box location diagram for bat houses

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Bat House Plans....a new home to build for our bats eating bugs around our house

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How to Build a Bat Box

Bats eat Mosquitos! Instructions to build a bat house

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A single bat can eat up to 1,000 mosquitoes in an hour. Installing a bat house is a great way to great rid of mosquitoes naturally.

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Bat House. Pretty and a good idea to have bats living in your area. They eat tons of bugs!

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Putting up a bat box will give these fascinating night-time creatures somewhere safe to roost, raise their pups and sleep during the day. #homesfornature

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Free Bat House plans and advice from Bat Conservation International

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5 Tips for Attracting Bats to Your Garden

5 Tips for Attracting Bats to Your Garden- Bats can be beneficial in your garden because they feast on pesky insects. Here are 5 easy ways to attract them.

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Wildlife World Conservation Bat Box

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