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If you can get your hands on this issue:
Woodworker's Journal, August 2002, Vol 26, #4
On page 42 there is an article and plans on the bat house that is on the site you gave the link too.
I have accumulated quite a pile of scrap pieces of 3/4" plywood from making cabinets for the shop. Though they use Cedar, I'm sure my plywood with Olympic stain will work just fine for a good many years. It's all BCX grade ply.
I have not built one yet, but after reading the article last fall, I plan on building several for around our nearly 2 rural acres. I will enjoy a few small projects like this before I jump into my next large one.
John E. Adams<br /><a href=\"http://www.woodys-workshop.com\" target=\"_blank\">www.woodys-workshop.com</a>
There are alot of free plans on the web for bat houses. I sell old woodworking magazines as a hobby and have the one from Woodworkers Journal. If you are interested coontact me.