Radio West | Mar 26, 2013 | 6:16

The Classifieds: Bat Houses

This week we meet Larry Leonard of Lardeau, BC. Here's his ad: 'Bats need homes. I make bat homes that you can place on your property. They are recognized by two bat biologists.' Rebecca caught up with Larry as he was working in his shop.

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