Bats are a misunderstood creature. Quietly and thanklessly they continue the duties of pest control and pollination throughout the night. While much thought and design has been directed to the birdhouse, the bat house has, like its intended visitors received very little attention. Even more so than birds, bats tend to nest together in large colonies. They survive by taking care of each other and building strong communities. This Bat-house, which resembles a stalactite, can accommodate several bats and, if filled with fruit juices will attract insects followed by hungry flying friends.
Bat-house is a collaboration made possible with the generous support and facilities of David M. Robinson.