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Why You Need a Bat House—Now

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Why You Need a Bat House—Now

June 28, 2012

It’s officially summer, and the insects have arrived. Among the many good reasons to make bats feel at home: they eat mosquitoes, for instance, and gnats, and fruit flies. Here are some simple, wooden options:

Above: A Cedar Bat House is $58 at Terrain.

Above: A Standard Bat Box is £19.99 at Wildlife Habitats.

Above: A Deluxe Bat House is $29.99 from Amazon.

Product summary  

Backyard Wildlife, Birding & Chickens

Cedar Bat House

$39.95 USD from Terrain
Backyard Wildlife, Birding & Chickens

Standard Bat Box

£19.99 GBP from Wildlife Habitats

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