Mampie beach is a coastal area with potential as a representative of the brackish ecosystem types; it has endemic animal and have a diversity of waterfowl and migratory birds. The beach is directly facing the Makassar Strait and commonly used by communities to collect Nener (seeds of Chanos Chanos),and even Chelonia mydas. On the east coast of Mampie is now used by the community for Seaweed Cultivation.
This beach has some unique value, among others;
- Diversity of water bird and a representative sample of mangroves and coastal forests. This area is frequented by Australian pelican Pelecanus conspicillatus which is resident in the area of Australia and migrates annually to Asia.
- Waterfowls habitat. A staging site for Pelecanus conspicillatus, a migrant bird species coming from Australia.
- Mangrove forest. The vegetation is dominated by Api-api (Avicennia sp.), a habitat for many species of birds, including the type of migrants from Australia Pelecanus conspicillatus. The mangrove forests in this region have a lot converted into fish ponds and shrimp Chanos Chanos.
The accessibility to the Wildlife Mampie is can be reached by land and sea from Polewali as Polewali Mandar district capital. The distance land from Polewali to Mempie is about 15 kilometers.