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Beaumaris Woodstone Bat Box

Manufacturer: Vivara Pro
  • Suitable for external walls
  • Single narrow cavity for crevice-dwelling species
  • Available in two sizes
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This bat box is made entirely from woodstone, a robust material comprising concrete and wood fibres. This means that, not only does the box have excellent insulating properties maintaining a more consistent temperature throughout the year, it also provides excellent protection from predators. The Beaumaris box has a single narrow cavity which makes it suitable for crevice roosting bats such as the common pipistrelle, soprano pipistrelle, Nathusius' pipistrelle, Brandt's bat and whiskered bat. The interior of the box has a rough surface for bats to cling to and the front of the box features a subtle but attractive imprint of a bat in flight. 

Suitable for attaching to external walls and should be sited as high up on the façade as possible, at a height of at least 3m from the ground. Avoid siting underb artificial lights. Bats prefer to change roosts to benefit from varying ambient temperatures, so bat boxes should ideally be clustered in small groups.



  • Height: 39cm
  • Width: 29cm
  • Depth: 6cm
  • Weight: 4.4kg


  • Height: 50cm
  • Width: 38cm
  • Depth: 7cm
  • Weight: 8kg

Customer Reviews (2)

  • Beaumaris Bat box
    By IAN 8 Jul 2017 Written for Midi
    I noticed occasional small bats which I assumed to be Pipistrelles in my garden and surrounding area so I thought I would try to encourage them by providing a nest box and after looking at several I decided on the Woodstone Beaumaris. I put the box on a south-facing wall in April and by June bats were confirmed using it.
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  • OK bad entry level bat box
    By Danny 20 Apr 2022 Written for Midi
    Bought a few of these for various projects as Schwegler 1FQ boxes were difficult to acquire. They are a little fragile and you have to be very careful to ensure the wall you are attaching them to is completely flat otherwise they may break under strain when tightening. The front panel also has a little movement if not fully flush with the wall which could represent an issue over time. Much cheaper than the Schwegler so although in my opinion, it's not as good quality, it does represent good value for money.
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