When I think of little furry creatures flying around in my backyard, I typically think of honey bees. But did you know that bees aren’t the only pollinators around? Not only do bats help with pollination, but they provide a number of additional benefits for your backyard.

Here are the 3 reason you want bats in your yard.

1. Bats Pollinate Plants
2. Bat Poop is the Bees’ Knees (bat poop, called guano, is actually an important factor in the global ecosystem, rich source of fertilization, and is superior to other natural and organic fertilizers)
3. Bats Cut Down on Mosquitoes and Other Bugs

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