Greater Plettenberg Bay – Sewage Treatment Plant
About the Birding
Sign in at the entrance gate and proceed into the property. The grassy area at the entrance can produce Cape Canaries and Cape Longclaw. Kelp Gull, Cape Shoveler, Red-billed and Cape Teals are fairly common on the settling ponds as are Little Grebe, Common Moorhen and Black-winged Stilts. Look out for Common Sandpiper and Three-banded Plover on the pipes and water’s edge.
About the Birding Site
The Plettenberg Bay Region covers the area from Harkerville off the N2, then along the airport road to Robberg Nature Reserve, through the coastal town of Plettenberg Bay, and then joining back on the N2 past the Sewage Treatment Plant, Riettvlei dam and road to Emily Moon and the Bitou River Valley to Uplands on the R340, as well as the Keurbooms River.
Other Related Information
Sewage Treatment Plant , behind Old Nick Village: (-34.0359, 23.3710)
Recommended accommodation nearby:
There is a wide range of accommodation available in the Greater Plettenberg Bay area.