Thursday, September 20, 2007


This is a shot from South Georgia Island's live cam where, in a few short weeks, King, Adelie, and Gentoo penguins will return to form giant colonies, reproduce, and rear their chicks. In addition to the O'Higgins Station webcam (if they ever get it fixed-hint, hint), I will also post pictures from this live cam.

Check back for daily updates or use the RSS Reader to stay informed, regarding events.

I can hardly wait.


Tuesday, September 18, 2007


Lucky me...

It's almost that time of the year when the Penguins return to O'Higgins. Last year, my first year at watching the Gentoo penguins, changed me in more ways than I can say. I found a new aspect to who I am, a new passion, and a desire to leave the world better off than before my presence. That's quite a lot to gain from watching the everyday lives of penguins.

But, it happened. Four websites later, I find myself getting the word out about global warming, to encourage penguin adoption, and to show the world that a place without penguins is nowhere I want to be.

This blog is not about me--it is that place where anyone can come and see penguins... real live Gentoo penguins. The site where I will be pulling images from a live webcam is:

You can store this webcam site on any homepage that allows live cam widgets, as I have done here, but be careful... I can't promise that you'll be the same after watching the Gentoos hatch out two eggs and rear their chicks. I call it a living in the "aw" moment and it's more habit forming than a nickel one armed bandit.

Check back here, as I will be posting at an awesome rate, and keeping everyone up to date on events. Most of all, thanks for watching with me.

le blonde adelie