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Large Bat House

Large Bat House

This bat house is handcrafted in Maine from eastern white pine.

It is constructed to last and includes a brochure that describes the placement and maintenance of the product.

This special house was designed by Amanda Lollar, who rescued and rehabilitated a little bat named "Sunshine" and then wrote a book about her. Her field testing of many of these houses indicates that bats are readily attracted to and occupy this style.

With two chambers and an open slot at the bottom, this abode is suitable for all species of small, insectivorous bats.

Features include a large landing platform, screened interior and echolocation slots on the sides to help bats locate the hollow cavity. Can accommodate up to 300 bats. 18 inches high x 24 inches wide x 6.5 inches deep.


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