This is a blog about my work on Little Penguins.
If you want to know more about the iconic sea birds, check these pages:

NSW Office of Environment and Heritage – Little Penguins

Birds in Backyards

Manly Environment Centre

And if you are really keen to see some wild penguins with your own eyes, have a look at this:

Phillip Island Nature Parks


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Debbie says:

    I’m a guide at the Little Penguin colony at St Kilda. We have a leucistic penguin with quite a different pattern of colour loss to yours.It’s got white patches. If you’d like a photo, let me know.

  2. John Coombes says:

    The Friends of Lillico Penguins in Tasmania have been guiding visitors evrey night of the breeding season for some 17 years. We observe up to 30 adults and the same number of chicks. No one has ever reported a piebald penguin but we’ll now be watching more closely.
    John Coombes, president of FoLP.

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