Vivara Pro Chambord Wooden Bat Box

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Description

There are various bat species that can use this exterior bat box, this depends on the species that occur locally and where the bat box is hung.

The attractive design is suitable for crevice roosting bats and has a rough interior to provide lots of grip.  Bats need to increase their body temperature before flight so prefer warm roosting spots, which is why many of our bat boxes have a black exterior to absorb heat from the sun. W

Siting

The bat box can be placed on both a tree or a façade. Preferably choose a sunny spot but do not place the cabinet under or in artificial light, and avoid placing where the rain can directly access the box.

Hang the bat box with the supplied screws. In the back of the box there is a "keyhole" where the mounted screw can be hooked. The pre-drilled hole in the landing board allows you to secure the bat box. 

Preferably hang several boxes together. When placing in bunkers, cellars, attics and stables, place the boxes as high as possible against the façade or posts, they should be hung at a minimum height of 3 metres (approx. 10ft).

Box Location

Suitable For

On buildings

Common pipistrelle, Nathusius's pipistrelle and Soprano pipistrelle

On trees

Common pipistrelle, Nathusius's pipistrelle, Soprano pipistrelle, Whiskered bat, Brandt's bat, Common noctule Lesser noctule and Brown Long-Eared bat

In damp basements or bunkers

Not suitable

In attics or stables

Common pipistrelle, Whiskered bat and Brown Long-Eared Bat

 

  • Forest Stewardship CouncilĀ®

Specifications

Stock code 91486
Dimensions (b x h x d) (cm) 28 x 41 x 6.5
Inner Dimensions (b x h x d) (cm) 22.5 x 33 x (3 x 1.5)
Weight (kg) 2
Colour Black
Material Plywood
Wildlife (species) Common pipistrelle, Nathusius's pipistrelle, Brown Long Eared Bat , Soprano pipistrelle, Common noctule, Lesser noctule, Brandt's bat, Whiskered bat
Wildlife (general) Bats