Translation of reed bed in Spanish:

reed bed

cañaveral, n.


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    cañaveral masculine
    • Among the reed beds red herons and marsh falcons can be seen.
    • We recycle the water so that from the bathrooms, we have a reed bed, which clears some of the soap and chemicals out of it, and then we use it for watering plants and trees around the place.
    • Lighting will run off wind turbines, reed beds will deal with waste water and solar panels will generate energy for street lights.
    • Other natural water purification systems include reed beds, which can concentrate many of the undesirable elements of water into the stems of the plants given sufficient time.
    • A spot my son and I found on the Welsh Dee last winter consisted of a steady glide alongside a dense reed bed.
    • When it has been used, it will not drain into the usual mains drainage but into a reed bed in the corner of the quadrangle.
    • Purple Heron is a regular overshooting migrant to Britain and it is always worth checking any heron you see fly from a reed bed.
    • We numbered each nest and marked its position with a small plastic tag on the outer edge of the reed bed towards the open water.
    • Plans for the houses include water waste disposal via a reed bed located in a pond in communal parkland, dry composting and the collection of rain water for use in the houses.
    • The result will be about 10 acres of open water throughout the year while reed beds and wet grasslands will be planted to attract wildfowl.
    • When the larvae reach a length of about 80 mm they move to the deeper waters of adjacent reed beds.
    • I fished a little hole that was barely a foot deep, behind the main reed bed, inaccessible from the rest of the lake.
    • In many countries the harvesting of reed beds from wetland areas for producing paper and basketry is a vital part of local economic growth.
    • Then one morning recently I got up to make tea and the same sound came from a nearby reed bed.
    • In conjunction with a number of local businesses, we'll plant reed beds.
    • A wetland habitat with reed beds, a boardwalk, bridges and an outdoor classroom will also transform the park encouraging wildlife and the public.
    • The knack is to anchor well away from the bank or reed bed to be fished, then cast baits back in to the mark.
    • A central area has been turned into a garden, including ponds with reed beds to purify waste water and the development has a community hall.
    • Previous hard concrete channel solutions for riverbank protection are now thought to be inferior to stone gabbions, gravel banks, reed beds and willow trees.
    • To the right there was a small weed free channel in front of a reed bed.