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Mossel Bay's Oyster Bay Reserve launches new attractions
Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Mossel Bay's 330-hectare Oyster Bay Reserve recently opened its first bird hide.

The reserve, which was established in terms of the Record of Decision for the development of the Pinnacle Point Golf Estate, aims to protect the environment while providing community-based opportunities for the people of Mossel Bay.

The bird hide project began last October. The business plan to build the hide was started by intern, Jason Mullins who showed the plans to the Wildlife Society of South Africa (WESSA) and then to the Table Mountain Fund, which provided funding for the project.

Reserve Manager, Aiden Beck, says bird-watching enthusiasts are likely to see a variety of bird species unique to the areas. “The Oyster Bay Reserve also aims to provide an educational experience, and we have recently submitted a R7 million proposal to potential sponsors for the construction of an educational centre.”

Mossel Bay Tourism’s Marcia Holm says the addition of a bird hide will make the reserve even more attractive to visitors.

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