Thomas Baines Nature Reserve
|Thomas Baines Nature Reserve|
IUCN category IV (habitat/species management area)
Map of Eastern Cape
|Location||Eastern Cape, South Africa|
|Area||1,005 ha (2,480 acres)|
Thomas Baines Nature Reserve is a 1,005-hectare (2,480-acre) nature reserve in Eastern Cape, South Africa that is managed by Eastern Cape Parks. It was created as a municipal reserve in 1961 and upgraded to a provincial reserve in 1980.
The northern shore of the Settlers Dam forms the southern boundary of the reserve.
Activities: Game drives, canoeing, camping, bird watching, sailing, bass fishing, environmental education, hiking.
- "Thomas Baines Provincial Nature Reserve". protectedplanet.net.
- "Integrated Reserve Management Plan - Thomas Baines Nature Reserve" (PDF). Eastern Cape Parks Board. 22 February 2010. Retrieved 17 June 2012.
- "Thomas Baines Nature Reserve". Eastern Cape Parks.
- Thomas Baines Nature Reserve Eastern Cape Parks
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