How does BatBnb work?


BatBnB's are bat houses that you mount on a wall, pole, or tree in your yard. When local bats in your area emerge from hibernation they'll find your BatBnB and gladly call it home for the spring and summer. Best part is the free breakfast of mosquitos and garden pests - a common bat will eat up to 5000 bugs in a single night's feeding. Bats fly onto the landing pads at the bottom of the unit, then make their way into the chambers to snuggle with their family.

The bats sleep during the day, but as soon as you go to bed, they'll be hard at work eating bugs from dusk to dawn. Once they find your BatBnB and move in, the same bats are likely to come back year after year.