|From:||Phil M <>|
|Date:||Fri, 26 Apr 2019 02:35:28 +0000|
I am hoping some of the bat people can assist me here.
I have recently been reading about micro bat box designs, with the hope of making one in the future. There seems to be quite a bit of conflicting information about various designs, but most seem to emphasise that a north facing aspect for maximum heat is important.
While I can understand the need for this in winter, I would imagine that attaching one to the north side of my house (uncovered, bare brick) would result in some ridiculous summer temps. I am trying to avoid any mass casualties, such as the ones that occurred last summer in QLD (although I believe those were not micro bats).
Any thoughts on box placement in Canberra?
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