Translation of deer park in Spanish:

deer park

reserva de venados, n.


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    reserva de venados feminine
    • The long-term impact of such a scenario is the creation of "deer savannas" or "deer parks."
    • Mr Brooksbank said the Trust had no plans of its own to close the deer park entrance.
    • Last month's incident has strengthened the trust's call for security to be stepped up on the 125-acre former deer park.
    • The land, which once formed part of Sheffield Castle's deer park, includes the remains of two farm settlements.
    • The deer park is a wonderful place to go, particularly in an evening.
    • Perhaps the park was once a deer park.
    • Celebrities say they enjoy the serenity of the grounds, which was land originally bequeathed as a deer park to 11 th century monks.
    • No visit to Ripley Castle would be complete without a stroll round its beautiful gardens, impressive lake and deer park.
    • The stags used are owned and kept at a deer park by the hunt.
    • He was thought to have left Stratford after he was caught poaching in the deer park of Sir Thomas Lucy.
    • Deer, once mainly confined to deer parks, have become a common sight in roadside fields, indicating just how numbers have grown over the past few years.
    • The trust says that local farmers were consulted because of the proximity of their stock to the deer herds in the estate's deer park.
    • Swinton Park is a real castle, with turrets, and a deer park, a cookery school in the stables, and a spa.
    • A rivulet that flows through the rocks and the thick greenery below from atop the hill resort and near the deer park is a grand spectacle.
    • Among the attractions on the site are a deer park, ponds and Tudor Mill.
    • The estate includes a 17th century deer park with a herd of fallow deer, and ornamental gardens.
    • Cai Zhengqing, manager of Peace Park, said it is the first time the deer park has used the medicine.
    • Presently, the country has 164 recognised zoos, of which 54 are major ones, the rest being mini-zoos and deer parks.
    • Loton Park is in a deer park owned by Sir Michael Leighton, and is situated 9 miles west of Shrewsbury on the B493 road.
    • Dick is Warden of Ancient Woodland at Ashampstead and the volunteers are working in an area which used to be a 13 th century deer park.