Are you looking to provide a habitat for a helpful creature that will reduce insect and pests in and around your home? Bats are the perfect solution! The Sonora Bat House is a single chambered design. It can comfortably fit 40-50 bats.
The Sonora Bat House is a great way to invite bats safely into your backyard and ensure they’re helping to fight the rising mosquito population in a sustainable way! The beautiful design and craftsmanship make this bat house a feature you'll want to display.
Tall bat houses allow for cooler temperatures inside that are better for the bats that call it home.
BatBnB bat houses are designed with machine cut grooves that mimic their natural habitat and allow for safer roosts.
Proper airflow is key and BatBnB is designed with ventilation and interior temperature in mind for safer and happier bats!
BatBnBs are built with the highest quality lumber and sealant to ensure great insulation and long-lasting bat houses, which means more comfortable bats.
BatBnBs are built with the highest quality lumber and sealant to ensure great insulation and a long-lasting bat house. The ergonomic design with handcrafted joinery means fewer screws and nails are used, which is safer for the bats! BatBnB made entirely of sustainably sourced Western Red Cedar and constructed in the USA!*Please note we cannot ship this item to Alaska or Hawaii
Put simply, bats are natural insect repellent for your backyard! A single bat can eat up to 1,000 bugs in an hour. This means the pesky insects in your yard will be easy meals for the bats living near your house.
Whether you’re seeing insects damage your local garden, or your simple want to enjoy an evening without being bugged, bats can help you out. Because of the bats big appetites for bugs, they also help local farmers and allow them to use fewer chemicals to rid their crops of insects. Bat populations are also on the decline and giving them a safe and well-built home will support your local ecosystem in a sustainable way!
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