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Bat Box 2F universal

Bat Box 2F with double front panel

BAT CONSERVATION

» BAT BOX 2F with double front panel Material: SCHWEGLER wood-concrete

VV Pipistrelle Bats

The dimensions are the same as the above-named general purpose Bat Box

2F. This box has a special double front panel, made of long-term resistant,

grooved wooden boards, which creates a particularly popular and readily

acceptable roost for crevice-inhabiting Bats, for example Nathusius'

Pipistrelle, Daubenton's and Pipistrelle Bats.

As with the 2F general purpose model, the Bat Box can be easily converted

into a 2F Bat Box without double front panel or a 2M Nest Box for Birds at

any time.

The front panel can be removed for inspection and cleaning. Supplied with

hanger and aluminium nail.

External Dimensions: l 16 cm.

Hight: 33 cm.

Weight: approx. 4.1 kg.

Order No. 00 135/1

» BAT BOX 2F universal Material: SCHWEGLER wood-concrete

VV Common Noctule Bat at the entrance

hole of a 2F Bat Box

This general purpose Bat Box is ideally suited as an introduction to Bat

protection. At the same time it is a readily accepted resting and temporary

roost. The textured and spherical interior roof area allows the Bats to hang

optimally. If the Bat Box is not occupied after several years for whatever

reason, e.g. due to a non-species-appropriate biotope structure, it can be

converted into a Type 2M Nest Box by replacing the front panel (see page 7).

Providing accommodation for a large number of Bats and offering good

value for money, this Bat Box should be an integral part of any measures to

protect these animals.

The front panel can be removed for inspection and cleaning. Supplied with

Hanger and Aluminium Nail.

Fixing: Can be installed in a tree or on buildings, minimum height 3 to 4

metres. Ensure that a clear horizontal approach is provided for the Bats. To

ensure optimum accommodation, the Bat Box should be cleaned once or

twice a year, or the Bat droppings should be removed.

External Dimensions: l 16 cm.

Hight: 33 cm.

Weight: approx. 3.8 kg.

Order No. 00 134/4

Species such as the Lesser Noctule and the Common Noctule, as well as Daubenton's, Nathusius's Pipistrelle and Bechstein's Bat, are typical

representatives of Bats that live in woods and forests. They prefer Bat Boxes as closed systems, as in nature they prefer, for example, woodpecker

cavities and hollow tree branches. However, as old, diseased or dead trees tend not to be available or rather are removed from managed forests,

natural roosts for Bats have become scarce. Bat Boxes can provide a remedy and are readily accepted by the animals.

So-called "House Bats" are mainly those that like to roost in buildings, for example, in roller shutter boxes, behind window shutters, niches and gaps.

These are, above all, Serotine, Mouse-Eared and Pipistrelle Bats. These Bats prefer, for example, flat boxes or round boxes with several hanging

panel partitions.

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m 2F installation

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