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"Bat houses work best if they're at least 2 feet tall, 1 foot wide, and 3 inches deep. Hang them 10 to 15 feet above the ground and place them in a sunny spot where they can absorb lots of heat during the day. (Painting the boxes black is helpful.) Mount bat houses on poles, buildings, or other structures."
This gorgeous micro-urban homestead belongs to Theresa Loe, producer for the gardening show, Growing a Greener World TV. She crams so much life into her small, urban Los Angeles yard. Do you love it?
Chicken Breeds [Chapter 1] Raising Backyard Chickens | For Meat and For Eggs by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/raising-backyard-chickens-chicken-breeds/
Whenever chickens are suddenly confined to spaces smaller than they ordinarily enjoy, boredom and behavioral problems such as feather picking, and egg-eating can result. By having some go-to boredom busters up one's sleeve in lousy weather, chickens can be kept busy, entertained and happy until Mother Nature gets her act together.