Make a Dovecote?

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To make a Dovecote, you first have to gather the required materials such as timber, three to half an inch long nails, curved saws and cutters and a hammer. The walls of the dovecote are first cut, erected and nailed together. The pigeon holes are then cut out from the walls and the roofing or soft light timber is then added to the walls which then lead to the dovecote being mounted in an elevated area for completion.
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To make the best quality dovecotes, the following site gives a full step by step guide which has full instructions and procedures on how to make a good dovecote. It also contains detailed drawings of the structure of dovecotes which can help you in the construction of your own dovecote.
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A dovecote is a elevated structure - like a bird feeding table - but intended for birds to stay in rather than feed. Now used for doves but earlier for pigeon's. baby hey. baby hey.
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(dŭv'kōt', -kŏt') also dove·cot ( -kŏt' ) n. A compartmental structure, often raised on a pole, for housing domesticated pigeons.
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