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Freestanding Bathouse

Posted by worm_ct 06776 (My Page) on
Fri, May 11, 07 at 19:51

I've seen photos of free standing bathouses (they look a little like a ski chalet, with very angled shingled roofs). I'm interested in finding plans for a structure like this, but can't seem to find one :(

Anyone know of a link or book wher I can find something like this?


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RE: Freestanding Bathouse

Try Bat Conservation International. They have books, DVD's and lots of other info.

The University of Florida has a huge bat house.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bat Conservation

RE: Freestanding Bathouse

thanks.. that's actually where I got the plans for my existing bathouse.

they don't have anything the size of what I'm looking for right now.. the plans I'm seeking, the house is really the size of a shed.

thanks though.

RE: Freestanding Bathouse

The size of a shed!? Good gracious.. you must have tons of bats! Must be quite a show at night where you are.

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