Anyone had any luck with those propane fueled ones?
A bat eats 1000 mosquitoes a day, requires no maintenance orI don't know anything about them, but a recent issue of Consumer
Reports says both the American Biophysics Mosquito Magnet Liberty
($500) and the Lentek Mosquito Trap MK01 ($325) work. Though
performance was rated equal the Magnet Liberty was rated substantially
more convenient to use. An Applica SonicWeb ICH 500 didn't work as
I'm all for bats and bat houses. The problem is that there are noA bat eats 1000 mosquitoes a day, requires no maintenance or
refilling, and costs nothing except the cost of building a bat house.
Well, looks like you already have one. Just happens that you live there tooI also have no idea what I'm doing right, but unintentionally and
really against my wishes, I get bats inside my house once in a while
(and maybe there's a bunch living with me fulltime, unbeknownst to
me). I'm having the roof torn off and replaced right now, which ought
to take care of any entries via that media. But this does raise the
question for me: where would I find good bat house plans? How high
do these houses have to be?
Not only that but bat urine is the method by which most fatal of rabies areKyle Boatright said:I'm all for bats and bat houses. The problem is that there are no
guarantees that they will choose to inhabit the structure you build for
them. Even if they do eventually decide to inhabit your structure, it may
take them years to discover it so they can colonize it.
I don't think so, john. I believe Taxoplasmosis is a more likey danger frompassed onto humans.
A day is 24 hours
I have heard that too, but I can tell you first hand that it doesn't2. I heard that bats don't go after mosquiots usually only larger insects.
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