PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This one-of-a-kind lure is used to attract bats to bat houses. Designed by a professional animal relocator, this lure uses bat guano (bat droppings) along with other secret ingredients to produce a natural scent which bats find attractive. By using some in a bat house you will increase the odds of bats finding that house which in turn will increase the odds that they will occupy it. If you reside in a part of the country where bats leave for the winter, Bat Call will probably work best for you in the spring and summer months. Apply 1/2 ounce on the landing pad of any of our houses and then another 1/2 ounce between the chambers. Be sure to spread it evenly over these areas which will create a light, uniform scenting – much like that which would naturally happen over time. By scenting the house bats looking for roost sites will perceive the house to be a location which has been in use for some time. Since bats will readily seek areas where other bats are roosting the smell of Bat Call will attract bats to any bat house on which it is applied. If you reside in the south where bats are active throughout the fall and even into the winter months, you can apply some quarterly. Many of the southern zones have mild winters through which bats remain active. Geographical areas like this are more likely to have bats year round so applications of Bat Call will not go to waste.

WHERE TO USE IT: For all our Small Cedar Houses, Large Cedar Houses and Medium Plywood Houses, you only need to use 1 ounce per application. Apply Bat Call to the house as described above; spread 1/2 ounce on the landing pad and then another 1/2 ounce inside on the dividing chambers. If you have or plan on getting one of our Large Bat Houses, you will need to use 2 ounces per placement. These Large Bat Houses also require more scent.

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