Indiana bats live an average of 5 to 9 years, but some have reached 14 years of age.
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Decals & Other Products
Here are decals and other products available from Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey.
"Be Terrapin Aware" decal ~ $3
Be Terrapin Aware! Each year hundreds of female northern diamondback terrapins get hit by car. We're working to reduce road kills of them throughout Southern New Jersey. Show your support by purchasing one of these awesome decals! (5 inch diameter)
"Adopt a Species" decals ~ $2
These colorful decals are from our Adopt a Species Program. There are twelve different decals. they can be displayed indoors or out. Each depicts a different Endangered or Threatened species in New Jersey. Show your support for wildlife conservation and collect all twelve!
- Please indicate the species/color decal(s) below.
Reptile & Amphibian Curriculum Guide ~ $25
The Reptiles and Amphibians of New Jersey Resource Package for Teachers is a compilation of teaching tools to help educate students about New Jersey's wildlife.
The Resource Package includes:
- The Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of New Jersey
- The Field Guide to Salamanders, Frogs, and Toads of New Jersey's Vernal Pools
- The Calls of New Jersey Frogs & Toads CD
- The curriculum guide, Teaching Students About New Jersey's Reptiles and Amphibians in the Field & Classroom, a comprehensive teacher's guide in both hardcover and CD versions filled with photos, illustrations, and 10 innovative lesson plans and activities designed for students in grades 5 to 9
This item is currently unavailable.
Maternity Bathouse ~ $100
This 3 chamber bathouse was handmade. It is totally sealed. All interior surfaces are stained and have 1/16" deep grooves every 1/2". It can hold up to 80 bats and is large enough to provide a place for female bats to raise their young. Exterior is painted with flat black water-based paint.
- Height: 24"
- Width: 18"
- Depth: 4 1/2"
Currently we don't have any bat houses for sale, but one will be listed here shortly. The construction of one was featured on Esty's How-Tuesday blog.
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