April 9, 2014 Boulders Beach Life down at the penguin colony on Boulders Beach is never dull with it’s steady stream of visitors. Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Your photos are full of surprises. Who knew penguins hung out on the beach – in the summer?!
Yes, it’s unique, right in the heart of a suburb 🙂 The penguins have the reputation of being ‘city slickers’ 🙂
How cool is that! To be sharing a rock with a couple of penguins.
Yes! It’s a pretty popular spot. Just one of two mainland sites – the other is at Stoney Point Betty’s Bay. But sadly their population numbers are declining.
Great shot! Looks like both couples are having a nice time at the beach!
I wonder who does the most strutting!
hmmm, without doubt we know the answer 🙂
🙂 It’s one of only two mainland sites for African penguins; they mostly nest on offshore islands.
I wonder who are the visitors!!!! 🙂 🙂
🙂 and the penguins are quite tolerant!
WOW! I suppose they are not quite as close as it may appear – or?
Great capture, Liz!
Crazy isn’t it, there’s no stopping the public getting up so close!
Love to see the two couples sharing the same view:)
Yes, there’s quite a food tolerance betweeen the species 🙂
oops, typo!! .. good tolerance!