Regenrueckhaltebecken an der B3 auf Höhe der Turnergemeinschaft Aue nahe beim Zündhütle. Hier gibt es viel Schilf und Natur. Allerdings fährt ab und zu der Bagger durch und räumt auf. Dann ists temporär kein Naturschutz. Jedenfalls ist dann viel kaputt. Sonst kann man hier aber, je nach Jahreszeit, viele Kaulquappen, Frösche, Vögel und Enten sehen (aber auch Zecken - Vorsicht)

Copyright: Timo Steinbach
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Taken: 16/05/2012
Uploaded: 21/05/2012
Updated: 10/10/2014


Tags: regen; rueckhalten; becken; regenrueckhaltebecken; aue; turnergemeinschaft; tg-aue; biotop; naturschutz; schilf
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