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We enjoy outdoor activities, but the mosquitoes also enjoy our yard. So we decided to build bat houses, also known as bat boxes, to attract mosquito-eating bats as a natural way to control our mosquito
Karen Beaupre saved to Diy stuff for the house
You might be surprised at just how beneficial attracting bats to your backyard and garden can be. And, just how easy it is to do with a bat house!
Damian Couder saved to Outdoor stuff
Bats bring many benefits to your yard, and offering them a safe space is an easy project. Continue reading for our DIY how-to on building your own bat box.
Jerry Layne saved to stuff
All bat houses are not created equal Few box manufacturers promote their products with photographs of bats actually using their boxes. While it is a little tricky to get great shots of bats in or emerging from bat houses, more likely the problem lies with bats simply refusing to use them. Fortunately with the invention
Peter Amelia saved to Bats
Key point of the above photo: select a location near some trees, but not shaded by trees Will a bat house in your area attract bats? Bats are constantly on the prowl for suitable alternate roosts. If a bats can be seen occasionally at dusk, then likely the area should support a new bat house. Having a known roost nea
Debbie Hanson saved to Bat Boxes
I have summarized all the plans for you in this article, 25 DIY bat house plans to help make the selection easier.
Stacie Hunter saved to down on the farm!
As interest in bats continues to grow, so has the number of bat houses on the market. However, many bat houses are designed and/or constructed such that they are unlikely to be used by bats. Most follow outdated designs which are too small to meet the needs of bats. In addition, instructions for proper installation and
Kathy Crelly saved to Wood Projects
Before you blindly choose to build a bat house, you should become aware of why, how and where your intended bat house fits into your landscape.
Glenda Joy Sanford saved to Gardening