We’re pleased to present our line of Bat Houses - they range from Starter Houses that let you get a low-cost start, to large Multi-chamber Houses that research has shown have the greatest chances of attracting and keeping bats. Designed specifically for the cooler climates north of the 49th parallel, our Bat Houses meet or exceed the criteria for occupancy success established by the internationally recognized Bat conservation organization, Bat Conservation International.
These bat houses have the high quality materials and design features of our larger houses, but are smaller in size and lower in cost. These houses still maximize your chances of success and are a good place to start if you want to experiment with hosting bats on your property.
Cedar Bat House
These mid-sized multiple chamber bat houses are a step up in size from our Starter Houses. They increase your chances of attracting and keeping bats: a good place to start if you are sure you have bats in your area and want to attract them to your property.
These are our largest-sized multiple chamber bat houses. These are sized to maximize your chances of attracting and keeping bats. If you are sure you have bats in your area and want to attract them to your property, these houses are a good choice for establishing as large a bat colony as possible.
The only mammals naturally capable of flight, bats are nocturnal feeders – and the species here in Manitoba may eat as much as their own weight in mosquitoes, moths and other flying insects every night! Talk about effective insect control!
Here are a few critical factors (for our region) that will encourage bats to take up residence in a bat house:
Your can learn more about bats and bat habitat at: