Creating roosts in buildings The advice below describes general principles to consider when providing new roost spaces for bats.It does not provide sufficient information for mitigation when a roost is already present.A number of factors are very important when considering roosts for bats including: : Bats usually only have one young a year.Mother bats gather together and find somewhere warm to rear their young called a maternity roost.Males will form smaller roosts elsewhere that are often cooler than the needs of the females.Generally maternity roosts are usually between 30 and 40°C, however species can have their own unique preferences and studies have shown that even a 1.5°C difference may influence bats to choose one building over another.It is always best to provide a number of different options for bats, so that they can choose the right roost with a temperature based on their needs.
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For most species this is Summer maternity roosts in the northern hemisphere often have a southerly or westerly aspect for maximum solar heating.
Male roosts and hibernation sites typically have a northerly aspect.
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