Step 7: Step 6: Hang it
Also, NWF says bat houses mounted on poles or on the side of buildings are easier for bats to locate.
Also, houses should ideally face southeast, to catch some sunlight during mornings to warm their little bat bodies up.
I mounted mine on tree, but may move it to a pole soon. It can take up to a year or so for bats to take refuge in your house. But once they do, you'll have these friendly, cuddly little minions to do your bidding.
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