New nature reserve Marker Wadden sea for the first time to visit
Secretary Martijn van Dam of Nature put Saturday all the first visitor set foot on the first of the five islands that together make up the Marker Wadden will form. The island is then also open to the public.
That reports the Volkskrant. Saturday and Sunday, people with a boat dock in the port of the island. People without a boat can take the ferry, from the port batavia in Lelystad, the netherlands two times per day by boat, visit the island.
The island, 250 acres, consists of a number of zanddijkjes with raised slibvelden. Ultimately, the Marker Wadden become ‘archipelago of natuureilanden’; one of the largest natuurherstelprojecten of Europe. The area is with ten thousand acres more than five times as large as the Second Maasvlakte.
The construction has approximately 75 million euro cost. Natuurmonumenten) and the Dutch government want with the islands of the Markermeer new life. The water in the lake is very turbid and there live little fish, and shellfish. By the Marker Wadden, there would be more diversity in the area must arise.