Bat Houses

Install a Bat House

Installing a Bat House can provide a safe environment for hundreds of bats.

Bat houses give females a safe, warm place to raise their young. Because bats typically only have one pup each year, populations are slow to grow. Plus, because of habitat loss, bats are finding it harder to find places to roost during the day and to raise their young.

By installing a bat house, you give these pups a chance to survive and for populations to be healthy. And all those healthy bats mean we can use less pesticide on our plants—a win win for everyone.

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Includes building plans, placement suggestions, installation tips, and proven ways to attract bats.

Registered Bat Houses

Fishers, IN
Bluffton, SC
Etowah, TN
Antioch, TN
Venice, FL
Southington, CT
Charlevoix, MI
Anniston, AL
Amarillo, TX
Cassville, WI
Gainesville, FL
Waterford Twp, MI
Loganville, GA
Prescott, AZ
Seymour, CT
Las Vegas, NV
Gatineau, QC, Canada
Morrison, CO
Lexington, SC
Chattanooga, TN
Naples, FL
Middletown, NJ
Maywood, IL
Newport News, VA
Springhill, LA
Orange Beach, AL
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Scott's Bathouse
Joanne's Bathouse
Warren's Bathouse
Rhonda's Bathouse
Jennifer's Bathouse
Monica's Bathouse
Kathy's Bathouse
Clarence's Bathouse
Caleb's Bathouse
Janine's Bathouse
Brian's Bat house
Richard's Bat House
Andrew's Bat House
Jorge's Bathouse
James' Bat House
Lewis' Bat House
Dave's Bat House
Tom's Bat House
Jen's Bat House
Lori's Bat House
Kim Wendelin
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Register your Bat House

You’ve bought your bat house and put it up–now take the next step by registering it along with hundreds of others across the country!

Afterwards, when bats move in, come back and become a part of our Bat House Research Project! 

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How to Build a Bat House