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  • ECO FRIENDLY WAY FOR YOUR GARDEN TO FLOURISH: Nasty chemicals have no place in your garden oasis. Instead, help the friendly bat population survive. Many bat species eat vast amounts of insects, including some of the most damaging agricultural pests. Mosquitoes are a particular favorite among bats, some of which are said to eat up to 1,200 mosquitoes in one hour! That alone should be reason enough to put a bat house in your backyard.
  • CUTIES NOT SPOOKY: Most bats have very cute faces, some even resemble deer, rabbits, and little Chihuahuas! These cuties help your flora flourish naturally by pollinating plants and taking care of nasty bugs during their nocturnal routine.
  • POLLINATION STATION: These nocturnal creatures become active when the sun goes down, and work magic in your garden during the night. They go after the nectar and bugs, spreading pollen as they fly. Many bat species eat vast amounts of insects, including some of the most damaging agricultural pests.
  • BEAUTIFUL IN ANY OASIS: The rustic look and unique bat shape cut-out make this the perfect addition whether your taste is modern, rustic, farmhouse or industrial! And, as most bats can see just as well as humans, they can appreciate this beautiful item too!
  • EASY TO USE & A GREAT SIZE: Ready to Mount! - 9"W x 5"D x 13.5"H Fits in anywhere!

Specifications

Dimensions (Overall): 9 inches (L) x 5 inches (W) x 13.5 inches (H)

Weight: 1 pounds

TCIN: 79125322

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Help the friendly bat populations thrive. No matter if you want some help in your veggie garden or with your other prized plants, you should put a bat house in your backyard. Not only do bats help with pollination, but they provide a number of additional benefits for your backyard. These nocturnal creatures become active when the sun goes down, and work magic in your garden during the night. They go after the nectar and bugs, spreading pollen as they fly. Many bat species eat vast amounts of insects, including some of the most damaging agricultural pests. Mosquitoes are a particular favorite among bats, some of which are said to eat up to 1,200 mosquitoes in one hour! That alone should be reason enough to put a bat house in your backyard. Other bats are critical pollinators of seeds and fruits that we eat. Fruit-eating bats are very important for the dispersal of seeds. This is especially important for cleared and damaged rain forests. Bat droppings (guano) are a very effective fertilizer and when collected responsibly it can have a very positive effect on local economies. Bats are not blind. Most bats can see as well as humans. ... Most bats have very cute faces, some even resemble deer, rabbits, and little Chihuahuas. A similar product was recently featured on the show Shark Tank - grab this best-seller before it's gone. Evergreen Garden is known for making high-quality, unique and beautiful home and garden products. In business for over 25 years, we are a brand and company you can trust.
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