Posts Tagged "Bat Boxes"

Going to Bat: Bat Boxes from EarthLinks

Posted on Jan 6, 2011 in Learn More | Comments Off on Going to Bat: Bat Boxes from EarthLinks

Continuing our series shedding light on creatures in peril and how you can help, let’s take a look at Bat Boxes from EarthLinks! You may already know that single- and double-chamber Bat Boxes are available for purchase in our Online Shop, but do you know why they are so important? As anyone who has spent much time outdoors swatting at mosquitoes can tell you, bats are extremely beneficial to any ecosystem. Insectivorous bats are primary predators of night-flying insects, such as mosquitoes and various pests that harm crops and garden vegetables. For example, a single brown bat can eat...

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Garden Tour Benefit – August 28, 2010

Posted on Jul 14, 2010 in Events | Comments Off on Garden Tour Benefit – August 28, 2010

Join the fun at a Garden Tour starting at the EarthLinks’ Garden at 2828 Larimer, Denver, CO  80205, or at 8142 W. 22nd Way, Lakewood, CO 80214-5506!  Cost is $10.00 in advance or $12.00 at the door.  All proceeds benefit EarthLinks!  See the rain barrels, bat boxes and bee boxes in person, along with composting and beekeeping information!  Time is from 9 am to 2 pm on August 28, 2010.  More than 20 gardens are participating! Tickets can be purchased by calling the office, 303-389-0085 or from our on-line...

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