Uk Standard Delivery £4.95
Approved by the Bat Conservation Trust
Bats prey on flying pests that will eat the plants in your garden, so give them the perfect home with this Conservation Bat Box.
This robustly made bat box has two vertical chambers with ladder style grooves to make it easy for bats to climb up and prevent predators from entering the box. The sloping roof directs water away from the box to keep your inhabitants dry.
Various species will make a home in your conservation bat box including Pipistrelle, Noctule, Leisler's, Natterer's, Daubenton's, and Brown long-eared bats. Delivered fully assembled.
Made In England from solid FSC timber.
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UK Bats won’t suck your blood but they will definitely take care of blood sucking mosquitoes. Our planet would be a truly different place without bats. Bats are essential pollinators of flowers, they spread seeds and play a big part in stopping insect populations from getting out of control. Even bat droppings (Guano) make a rich natural fertiliser.
You can help declining bat populations by providing them with a warm home which remains at a constant temperature throughout winter. Sadly over recent decade’s British bat populations have declined considerably as a result of habitat loss and human disturbance.
Bats may roost in trees, caves, churches, bridges, tunnels and even our own homes! They prefer dark, quiet places where they won't be disturbed.
Did you know?
Over 500 plant species rely on bats to pollinate their flowers including cocoa, banana and mango. So give bats a big thank you next time you’re sipping on a mango smoothie!
They will generally find their own shelter, however by planting a few night scented flowers (for example, Evening Primrose, Four O'clocks or French Marigolds) and adding a Bat Box to a tree trunk or wall of a building, they’ll soon repay you by feeding on troublesome pests.
Bats feed on insects, so why not introduce a few plants to your garden which will attract moths and other night flying insects for bats to feed on.
The maximum Mainland UK Delivery charge is £4.95
You will receive your delivery 2 workings days after placing your order
UK Standard Delivery (standard items and all orders over £25.00): £4.95
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Delivery to the above post codes incurs a small surcharge, which will be displayed when you enter your postcode.
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