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Monitoring penguins 3.
Is anyone home? A microphone is used to listen in to see if any penguins are actually in the nest.
Monitoring penguins 2.
The electronics are stored in a waterproof bucket buried behind the artifical burrow, with the sensors pushed through into the burrow through a connecting tube. The aim is for minimum
Monitoring penguins 1.
The Nga Motu Marine Reserve Society is monitoring 'artificial penguin burrows'. We have several wooden and concrete burrows. Some of the wooden ones have soil and plants growing on top, which appear
Penguin with crossed bill.
This penguin was found dead near Back Beach, in the Tapuae Marine Reserve. January 21 2012. The bird had a deformed beak which probably means it was a young bird
Penguin tracks into sea.
These tracks came from the rocks and towards the sea, vanishing in the tideline. Survey point 9, at Waireka between the Tapuae and Herekawe Streams. 2008