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  • Bats are the only truly flying mammals; they belong to the order Chiropfera and are not rodents. Bats are the only flying mammals in the world.
  • There are over a thousand species of bats.
  • The kind of bat your have depends on the area you live in, there are 47 species of bats living in the united states.
  • The most common food for bats is insects (one bat can eat hundreds of insects in a hour) depending on the species they will also eat fruit,pollen,nectar and blood (vampire bats do not attack humans they drink the blood of poultry and animals of the 1000+ there are only 23 species of vampire bats limited to mostly Latin America.
  • Bats are not blind but they do depend more on there sonar then eyesight for navigation.
  • A bat house constructed in 1991 at the University of Florida campus in Gainesville has a population of over 100,000 free-tailed bats.
  • The largest bats can have up to a 6 foot wingspan the smallest down to 6 inches. The largest bat living in the United States is the western mastiff bat(eumops perotis)weighing approximately 2 ounces. It has a wing span of nearly 2 feet.
  • Bats bodies are built to hang up side down in fact they must flex there muscles to let go of a object like a roosting surface. Thus they don't need to expel any energy to hang on or to cling to something.
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ALL ITEMS BELOW OUT OF STOCK TILL FURTHER NOTICE


SMALL BAT HOUSE
small bat house small bat house side
2 chambers
Material - 3/4" red cedar
Height - 18"
Width - 9"
*Inside panels are notched
for bats to cling too
Price $15.99 +9.00 shipping Total = $24.99
Out of stock till spring 2012
This is a 2 chamber bat house made out of 3/4 inch red cedar, the inside panels are notched to help bats cling to inner walls, the inside panels are dado in for added strength, item is assembled with weatherproof glue and exterior grade wood screws.
CLICK HERE FOR MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
CLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES


LARGE BAT HOUSE
large bat house large bat house inside
3 chambers
Material - 3/4" red cedar
Height - 25"
width - 9"
*Landing platform for bats
*inside panels are notched for bats to cling to
Price $28.99 +$9.00 shipping total = $37.99
Out of stock till spring 2012
This is a 3 chamber bat house made out of 3/4 inch red cedar, the inside panels are notched to help bats cling to inner walls, the inside panels are dado in for added strength, item is assembled with weatherproof glue and exterior grade wood screws.
CLICK HERE FOR MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
CLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES

BAT HOUSE FOR COOLER CLIMATES
black bat house empty space
3 chambers
Material - 3/4" Pine Painted Black
Height - 18"
Width - 9"
*Inside panels are notched
for bats to cling too
Price $22.99 +9.00 shipping $31.99 TOTAL
Out of stock till spring 2012
This is a 3 chamber bat house made out of 3/4 inch Pine and painted Black for cooler climates, the inside panels are notched to help bats cling to inner walls, the inside panels are dado in for added strength, item is assembled with weatherproof glue and exterior grade wood screws.
CLICK HERE FOR MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
CLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES

OPTIONS
bat house with finish
  • Thompsons water seal add-$2.00
  • Spar urthane- add $3.50
If you would like any of the options please email me and I will send you a paypal bill with option included

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Bat Species Worldwide
Abo Bat , Adams's Pipistrelle , Aellen's Pipistrelle , African Long-Fingered Bat , African Sheath-Tailed Bat , African Yellow Bat , Allen's Yellow Bat , Amazonian Sac-winged Bat , Andersen's Fruit-eating Bat , Antillean Fruit-eating Bat , Arnham Tomb Bat , Artibeus , Asian Parti-colored Bat , Balantiopteryx , Barbastella , Bare-backed Fruit-bat , Big brown bat , Big Free-tailed Bat , Little brown bat , Spotted bat , Bate's Slit-Faced Bat , Beccari's Mastiff Bat , Beccari's Sheath-Tailed Bat , Bidentate Yellow-eared Bat , Big Crested Mastiff Bat , Big Naked-backed Bat , Big-Footed Myotis , Big-eared Wooly Bat , Birdlike Noctule , Black Bonneted Bat , Black Flying-fox , Black Mastiff Bat , Bonda Mastiff Bat , Bracken Cave , Broad-eared Bat , Bulldog bat , Bumblebee Bat , Carolliinae , Chalinolobus , Cheiromeles , Chestnut Sac-Winged Bat , Cistugo , Coastal Tomb Bat , Common Blossom-bat , Common Noctule , Common Vampire Bat , Corynorhinus , Dark Sheath-Tailed Bat , Daubenton's Bat , Dayak Fruit Bat , Eastern Little Mastiff Bat , Eastern Red Bat , Eastern small-footed myotis , Ecuadorian Sac-Winged Bat , Egyptian Tomb Bat , Eptesicus , European Bat Night , European Free-tailed Bat , Far Eastern Myotis , Fraternal Myotis , Free-tailed bat , Frosted Sac-winged Bat , Fruit bat , Furipteridae , Gallagher's Free-tailed Bat , Ghost Bat , Glauconycteris , Gould's Long-eared Bat , Gray Bat , Gray Sac-Winged Bat , Great Evening Bat , Greater Bulldog Bat , Greater Horseshoe Bat , Greater Noctule bat , Greater Sac-winged Bat , Greater Sheath-Tailed Bat , Greater Tube-Nosed Bat , Greenhall's Dog-faced bat , Grey long-eared bat , Grey-headed Flying Fox , Hairy-legged Vampire Bat , Hamilton's Tomb Bat , Hawaiian Hoary bat , Hildegarde's Tomb Bat , Hill's Tomb Bat , Hipposiderinae , Hodgson's Bat , Honduran white bat , Horseshoe bat , Icaronycteris , Ikonnikov's Bat , Incan Little Mastiff Bat , Indiana bat , Jamaican fruit bat , Japanese House Bat , Java Pipistrelle , Joffre's pipistrelle , Kalinowski's Mastiff Bat , Kobayashi's Bat , Laephotis , Lamotte's Roundleaf Bat , Large Slit-Faced Bat , Large-Eared Sheath-Tailed Bat , Large-footed Bat , Lasiurus , Lesser Bulldog Bat , Lesser False Vampire Bat , Lesser Long-nosed Bat , Lesser Noctule , Lesser Sac-winged Bat , Lesser Sheath-Tailed Bat , Lesser Yellow Bat , Lesser horseshoe bat , Little Goblin Bat , little Mariana fruit bat , Little Tube-Nosed Bat , Livingstone's Fruit Bat , Malayan Roundleaf Bat , Mastiff Bat , Mauritian Tomb Bat , Megaderma lyra , Megadermatidae , Mexican Free-tailed Bat , Mexican Funnel-eared Bat , Microbat , Micronomus , Moa Island Fruit Bat , Molossus (genus) , Mormoopidae , Mormopterus , Mormopterus (subgenus) , Mountain Noctule , Murina cyclotis , Mystacinidae , Naked-backed Bat , Natal Free-Tailed Bat , Natalidae , Nathusius' Pipistrelle , Natterer's bat , New Guinea Big-eared Bat , New Zealand Greater Short-tailed Bat , New Zealand Lesser Short-tailed Bat , New Zealand Long-tailed Bat , Northern Bat , Northern Blossom-bat , Northern Freetail Bat , Northern Ghost Bat , Nycteridae , Nycticeius , Nyctinomops , Okinawa Flying Fox , Pacific Sheath-Tailed Bat , Palaeochiropteryx , Pallid bat , Parnell's Mustached Bat , Pel's Pouched Bat , Persian Trident Bat , Peter's Wrinkle-Lipped Bat , Peters's Sheath-Tailed Bat , Promops , Puerto Rican Long-nosed Bat , Raffray's Sheath-Tailed Bat , Rhinolophus , Rhinopomatidae , Sac-winged bat , Saccopteryx , Sauromys , Savi's Pipistrelle , Schreiber's Bat , Scotoecus , Scotophilus , Seri's Sheathtail-Bat , Seychelles Sheath-tailed Bat , Small Asian Sheath-Tailed Bat , Soprano Pipistrelle , Southeastern myotis , Southern Free-Tailed Bat , Spectral Bat , Stenodermatinae , Sturdee's Pipistrelle , Sumatran Mastiff Bat , Tadarida , Taphozous achates , Theobald's Tomb Bat , Thomas's Sac-Winged Bat , Thyropteridae , Tonatia , Triple nose-leaf bat , Troughton's Pouched Bat , Troughton's Sheathtail Bat , Uroderma , Vampire bat , Velvety Free-tailed Bat , Vespertilio , Vietnam leaf-nosed bat , Western mastiff bat , Whiskered bat , White-winged Vampire Bat , Wroughton's Free-tailed Bat , Yellow-winged bat .

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