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Bat Houses
Bat Houses

Bat Houses

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Bat houses provide much needed habitat for these interesting creatures while reducing annoying flying insects!



Our Bat houses are specially designed to be attractive to Bats while providing an interesting, yet unobtrusive, addition to your yard or home. Our bat houses are the product extensive bat research, and many have earned Bat Conservation International's "Bat Approved" designation.


To learn more about Bats, Bat houses, scroll to the bottom of this page.
Bat Houses

Bat Houses

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Vintage Bat HouseVintage Bat HouseThis attractive bat house is made from antique cypress and features a multi-colored shingled roof. This bat house is part of the Vintage Series of bird houses from Heartwood.
Inland Red Cedar Bat House <br><span style="color:#1954e9;">New Item!</span>Inland Red Cedar Bat House
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This well-designed bat house is made from 7/8" Inland Red Cedar for long lasting outdoor use. The silouette of a bat engraved on the front adds to its great looks. It is constructed in accordance with "The Bat House Builders Handbook". Bats will love it!
"BAT" Chelor Pad"BAT" Chelor PadHouses up to 30 bats in a single chamber. Features include a large screened landing pad, roughened interior surface and an echolocation slot. Designed for cooler locations preferred by solitary males, but also suitable for a small nursing colony.
Lone Star Bat CondoLone Star Bat CondoShipping Included!
Holds up to 600 bats! This huge bat "condo" is double the size (length) and occupancy of the Lone Star Triple with the dimensions of 29"x 29"x 5" and a shipping weight of 30 lbs. May be ordered with the optional Spy Cam installed.
Lone Star Single Chamber Bat HouseLone Star Single Chamber Bat HouseShipping Included!
Attractively decorated with a cast-iron star, this bat house has earned Bat Conservation International's "Bat Approved" Certification. This house is single-chambered, and holds up to 100 bats. Other than being thinner, it is identical to the triple-celled version.
Lone Star Triple Chamber Bat HouseLone Star Triple Chamber Bat HouseShipping Included!
Attractively decorated with a cast-iron star, this triple-celled bat house has earned Bat Conservation International's "Bat Approved" Certification. This house was designed based on the results of more than 10 years of research and meets all 10 criteria as outlined by "Bat Conservation International". Holds up to 300 bats. May be ordered with the Spy Cam installed.
Bat CondominiumBat CondominiumThis best seller accomodates over 50 bats and is ideal for a nursing colony. The vertical house contains 4 chambers and can be easily mounted by a hanger on a building or a tree.
Bat HavenBat HavenThe perfect environmentally safe way to rid your area of disease carrying mosquitoes and insects. Encourage bats to make their home in your neighborhood. Made from solid cypress. Will hold 36 to 48 adult bats.
Bat LodgeBat LodgeWhat a friendly confine for all your insect eating bats. A double cavity with climbing mesh for easy access and hanging for your bat colony. Completely waterproof and cozy. Natural cypress finish with redwood or green roof.
Bat MansionBat MansionHouses several hundred bats in five chambers plus an attic, which provides for greater temperature stability. Bats seek most comfortable temperture by moving up or down inside the house. A popular house because of its large capacity.
Bat TowerBat TowerLatest research indicates that the most successful bat houses are mounted on buildings or are free-standing. The innovative bat tower mounts directly on a 4x4 post. The four internal chambers and attic provide for multiple roosting opportunities. In addition, the side opens to quell the curiosity of the serious "bat-o-phile."
Large Sunshine's Bat HouseLarge Sunshine's Bat HouseThis special house was designed by Amanda Lollar, who rescued and rehabilitated a little bat named "Sunshine". Bats are readily attracted to and occupy this style. The two chambers and an open slot at the bottom are suitable for all species of small, insectivorous bats. Screened landing platform, roughened interior surface and echolocation slots on the sides to help bats locate the hollow cavity. Can accomodate 300 bats.
Mini Bat HouseMini Bat HouseHouse a few bats in this small version of the "BAT"chelor Pad. Comes complete with echo-location slot and screening against the back.
Schrodt - Colony Bat HouseSchrodt - Colony Bat HouseThis is a triple-chambered nursery capable of accommodating dozens of mature bats and their offspring. Etched in brass moon and branded bat picture. Vented and well constructed. Our bat houses combine artistry and science, providing a safe haven for bats in a handsomely crafted garden accent.
Small Sunshine's Bat HouseSmall Sunshine's Bat HouseThis special house was designed by Amanda Lollar, who rescued and rehabilitated a little bat named "Sunshine". Bats are readily attracted to and occupy this style. The two chambers and an open slot at the bottom are suitable for all species of small, insectivorous bats. Screened landing platform, roughened interior surface and echolocation slots on the sides to help bats locate the hollow cavity. Can accomodate 100 bats.
Victorian Bat HouseVictorian Bat HouseReal function meets architectural styling with this shelter. Horizontal siding on front module along with steeply pitched, shingled roof and copper trim. Landing pad at base along with divided living quarters will attract many bats.


GENERAL INFORMATION
Bats have gotten a bad rap in popular entertainment, but in reality they are an important and beneficial creature. One bat can eat its own weight in insects each night. Yet due to decades of unwarranted human fear and persecution, bats are in alarming decline. By putting up a bat house you are helping bats find a home. You will also benefit from having fewer yard and garden pests and will enjoy learning about bats and sharing your knowledge with friends and family.

Bats are not blind, and are actually very clean animals. They do not get caught in peoples� hair or eat through the attic of your house. Bats will not interfere with feeding backyard birds, and they will not be disrupted by pets or children.

BAT HOUSE INFORMATION
Bat houses may be put up at any time of the year. They will more than likely be occupied in the first three to four weeks after they have been installed. Installing a bat house and exposing it to the rain and sun will darken the color even more increasing the chances of attracting bats to your bat house just that much better. Bats like warm environments. Many of our Bat houses have individual chambers and vents achieve a much better control of the temperature. By doing this, they also increases the ability of the box to hold more bats in a more comfortable environment.

HABITAT
Your bat house should be placed within 1/4 mile of a natural water source such as a stream, river, or lake. Bats tend to fly along forest or water edges, and bat houses located here tend to be found more quickly than other locations.

MOUNTING YOUR BAT HOUSE
You may place your bat house on a tree, pole, or a building; however, boxes mounted on poles or buildings tend to have a higher occupancy than those mounted on trees. For mounting on buildings, wood or stone buildings are best, and your bat house should be mounted under the eaves with some sun exposure. You should mount your house 15-20 feet above the ground. It should not be in a place lit by bright lights.

SUN EXPOSURE
You should place your bat house where it will receive at least six hours of sun if you live in a region where average July temperatures range from 80-100 degrees Fahrenheit. If you live in a region where average July temperature are less than 80 degrees Fahrenheit, you should mount your bat house where it will receive at least 10 hours of sun.