Useful Links

Useful Links
  • Pohatu Penguin - Pohatu is one of the major conservation activities for White-flippered penguins, initiated privately by Francis and Shireen Helps of Banks Peninsula. 
    View video.

  • Penguin Place - A conservation initiative for endangered Yellow-eyed penguins on the Otago Peninsula near Dunedin, in the South Island of New Zealand.

  • Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony - A conservation initiative for Blue penguins in Oamaru in the South Island of New Zealand.

  • Phillip Island Nature Parks - World renowned conservation initiative in Victoria, Australia. The penguin parade by Blue penguins is one of the main wildlife attractions within Australia. The park provides a wide range of activities; including penguin and wildlife research, student and children's programs.

  • New Zealand Penguins - A great site full of penguin information constructed by Dave Houston, who works for Department of Conservation.

  • Canterbury Nature - Encyclopedia of information on Canterbury nature prepared by undergraduate students of a Lincoln University course.

  • penguinpage.net - Comparative study of foraging ecology of Yellow-eyed penguins breeding on Stewart Island and nearby Codfish Island.

  • The Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust - The Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust was formed in 1987 to conserve endangered Yellow-eyed penguins.

  • Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand - Formed in 1923, Forest & Bird has been actively working on a variety of conservation activities in New Zealand.
    Web blog of Forest & bird.

  • Department of Conservation - New Zealand Government agency, responsible for conservation of natural resources of New Zealand including national parks, reserves and wildlife.

  • The Center for Biological Diversity - The Center for Biological Diversity of US works through science, law, and creative media to secure a future for all species, great or small, hovering on the brink of extinction.
    White-flippered Penguin.

Papers relating to the White-flippered penguin