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Build a Bat House

Build a Bat House

Bats are an iconic symbol of the Halloween season, but in reality these flying mammals are anything but scary. They provide critical insect control and some are even pollinators. Sadly they are rapidly declining from habitat loss and disease.

Get our step-by-step instructions on creating a bat house to support bats in your neighborhood.

 
Real Life Horror Story: New Report Shows Three Billion Birds Lost

Real Life Horror Story: New Report Shows Three Billion Birds Lost

The birds we love are in trouble. A sobering scientific report was just released showing that we've lost over three billion birds since 1970 right here in North America. There is hope, though.

Learn how you can let your voice be heard to help #BringBirdsBack.

 
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Creating a Habitat for Screech Owls

Creating a Habitat for Screech Owls

Owls are associated with the Halloween because of their nocturnal habits and spooky hoots, but you can enjoy these incredible birds year-round in your own yard if you create the right habitat for them.

Find out how to attract screech owls.

 
Wildlife Habitat Gardens in Fall

Wildlife Habitat Gardens in Fall

Our naturalist David Mizejewski, author of the book “Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife,” shared all of his tips for making your yard or garden a great habitat for all sorts of wonderful wildlife this fall on the Green Industry Leaders Network podcast.

Listen here.

 
Featured Product: Bat House

Featured Product: Bat House

There's no more iconic Halloween wildlife than bats! Our bat house will help you attract these wonderful flying mammals. It's made of weather-resistant cedar and plywood. Interior nylon mesh makes it easy for bats to move around and ventilation slots circulate air. The extended landing is an easy entrance. Holds 100 bats. 24"h x 14 1/4"w x 3"d. Made in the USA.

Get a Bat House.

 
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