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Green Choice Recycled Bat House

$109.00

Invite a colony of up to 300 insect-eating bats into your yard with the OBC Recycled Triple-Celled Bat House. This bat house is made from recycled Poly lumber, a long-lasting, durable choice. The bat house has been designed by bat researchers in order to promote occupancy rates.  *STAND IS NOT PART OF BAT HOUSE — FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY*

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Invite a colony of up to 300 insect-eating bats into your yard with the OBC Green Choice Recycled Triple-Chamber Bat House.

This bat house is made from recycled Poly lumber, a long-lasting, durable choice, and has been designed by bat researchers in order to promote higher occupancy rates. This house may be mounted to a vertical surface with the predrilled hole on the top.  *STAND IS NOT PART OF BAT HOUSE — FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY*

Why Buy an OBC Bat House:

  • All OBC bat houses are made with the highest quality materials
  • Thin chamber openings give protection against predators
  • The inside is covered with a polyethylene mesh to aid in maneuverability and there is an extra long landing platform.
  • The slanted roof and fully caulked sides offer warmer temperatures and keep out the rain and chill.
  • Our bat houses have a greater than 80% occupancy rate, as compared to only 10% with some other designs
  • Proceeds go back into conservation work
  • Our bat houses are 100% made in the United States
  • Each bat house comes with mounting instructions and information about bats

Dimensions: 24 in. tall, 14 in. wide, 6 in. deep

Weight: 16 lbsMade in the U.S.A.

Bats that use this house include Big brown, cave myotis, tri-colored, evening, little brown, Mexican free-tailed, northern long-eared, pallid, Pallas’ mastiff, Rafinesque’s big-eared, southeastern, and Yuma bat
 *Please contact us to calculate shipping costs for 3 or more bat houses.*
*FREE SHIPPING INCLUDED IN PRICE*
Weight 16 lbs
Dimensions 24 x 14 x 6 in
Color

Green, Brown

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  1. Can this be mounted to a tree?

    • You COULD mount it to a tree! But, usually we recommend mounting a bat house on a pole or a side of a barn/house! That way, there’ll be more heat hitting the bat house and less chance for predators to go after the bats. Hope this helps, thank you for reaching out!

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