Instructions for building and placing bat houses by region.  Excellent for pest control.

If you don't have a barn/shed/eves with bits then you need to consider building/buying bat houses . How to Build a Bat House - According to Bat Conservation International, a single bat can capture 500 to mosquitoes in a single hour!

Bucknackt's Sordid Tawdry Blog: These Bats Look Exactly Like Teddy Bears and Cute ...

Project Edubat Inspires Kids to Learn about Bats and White-Nose Syndrome

HOW TO;  BUILD A BAT HOUSE!!According to Bat Conservation International, a single bat can capture 500 to 1,000 mosquitoes in a single hour!   Bats are also interesting because:        In many ecosystems, they play a key role in pollinating plants.       There are more than 1,000 species of bats in the world!       Some bats use echolocation, or high pitched chirps which bounce off objects in front of them, to find their way in the dark.

Build a Bat Box that bats can use as a nursery - bats eat mosquitos.and I love bats.

Sulawesi Fruit Bat, Acerodon celebensis, roosts in trees in villages, and also in bamboo. Individuals are commonly seen feeding on breadfruit trees and coconut

Sulawesi Fruit Bat, Acerodon celebensis, roosts in trees in villages, and also in bamboo. Individuals are commonly seen feeding on breadfruit trees and coconut trees.

A mother Jamaican fruit eating bat carrying her baby while flying. Chiroptera, the order of mammals containing bats, means "hand wing". Photo: Bat Conservation International.

A mother Jamaican fruit eating bat carrying her baby while flying. Photo by Bat Conservation International

Attract Bats to Your Garden with a DIY Bat House | It's worthwhile helping out bats. According to Bat Conservation International, a single bat can capture 500 to 1,000 mosquitoes in a single hour!

Attract Bats to Your Garden with a DIY Bat House I love bats because mosquitoes LOVE to bite me. Pesticides mostly kill the mosquito's predators rather than mosquitoes. According to Bat Conservation Inter

Bats Art Illustration by SepiaLupis, print sales benefit Bat Conservation International~

Bats Art Illustration by SepiaLupis, print sales benefit Bat Conservation International.

Bat Conservation International, Inc.

Conserving the world's bats and their ecosystems to ensure a healthy planet

My what big ears you have Spotted Bat  PHOTO © Merlin D. Tuttle, Bat Conservation International, www.batcon.org

Spotted bat eats moths caught in mid-flight using echolocation (he definitely has the ears for it! PHOTO: Merlin D. Tuttle from Bats Conservation International

Information about bats and bat conservation with searchable species profiles by state

Bat Conservation International - they are spearheading the movement to help bats fight White Nose Syndrome.

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