In the meantime, enjoy watching these little guys scurry around doing what gentoos do. You'll see pairing occurring and some visitors (snowy sheathbill (Chionis albus). Also, notice the icebergs as they glide by. It's really quite the show!
This blog follows the breeding season of Gentoo penguins at the Gars O'Higgins research facility, as well as the King, Adelie, and Gentoo penguins at South Georgia Island. This blog will consist of images taken from the nesting site at O'Higgins Station, the surrounding area on the Antarctic Peninsula, and the beach on South Georgia Island.
Posted by Lin Kerns at 10:06 AM