Wildlife on Sibuya

Posted on 30th April 2014 by Nick Fox

African Safari Big 5 Fauna

There was great excitement when SIBUYA brought in two new superb BUFFALO BULLS (Syncerus caffer) to boost the gene pool. Fortunately the re-location went extremely well - a huge relief as things can go very wrong in a flash when dealing with wild animals. Read More »


Summer Flowers

Posted on 29th April 2014 by Carol Fox

Cape Honeysuckle Flora Plumbago

Early December saw many beautiful flowers everywhere… banks of cheerful yellow CANARY WEED (Senecia), PLUMBAGO (Plumbago auriculata), WEEPING BRIDE’S BUSH (Pavetta lanceolata) and CAPE HONEYSUCKLE (Tecomaria capensis) lined the roadsides making magnificent displays interwoven with various creeping species of JASMINUM. Read More »


Birding on Sibuya

Posted on 31st March 2014 by Nick Fox

Bird Watching Birding Sibuya Game Reserve

There are many magnificent migrants in residence at the moment. A small flock of WHITE STORKS (Ciconia ciconia) have settled on the plains at Edendale and lately have been sharing an abundant supply of grasshoppers with AMUR FALCONS (Falco amurensis) Read More »







Recovery of the critically endangered river pipefish

Posted on 28th December 2013 by Carol Fox

Estuarine Pipefish Kariega River

An intensive Ichthyofaunal Survey in the permanently open Kariega Estuary along the Eastern Cape coast has identified a breeding population of the critically endangered river pipefish, Syngnathus watermeyeri, within the middle and upper reaches of the system (Sibuya Game Reserve). This is the first recorded capture of this species in the estuary for over four decades. Read More »



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