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IntroductionThe Benefits of BatsBats and Human HealthAttracting BatsBat-Proofing Your HomeBat Species DistributionBat House ConstructionLocation, Location, LocationTiming is EverythingProper DesignProper MaterialsBasic Assembly InstructionsBat House PlansSmall Bat HouseSmall Maternity Colony Bat HouseLarge Maternity Colony Bat HouseBat-Proofing Materials and SuppliesBat Conservation Resources
Excerpt from page 3 - The Benefits of Bats
Bats are the primary predator of night-flying insects, from mosquitoes that spread disease (not to mention annoyance) to codling moths that attack apple trees and bollworm moths that feast on cotton plants. In fact, in some areas the moths that feed on farm crops make up 90 percent of a bat's diet; in others, the control of malaria has been aided by the resident bat population's diet of mosquitoes.