|Gentoo penguins, Sea Lion Island|
|Striated Caracara killing gull chick, Sea Lion Island|
It attacks its prey by running quickly along the ground and jumping on its victim. This strategy is obviously flawed when it comes to cats....
|Gentoos observing observers.|
|Flightless Steamer Duck. Endemic|
|Upland Geese, male is white|
|Upland Geese in front of the old Upland Goose Hotel|
|Black-face Ibis, probably blown here in a storm from Argentina|
|Turkey Vulture in Stanley garden|
|Turkey Vultures at roadside, near Stanley|
|Magellanic penguins, Gypsy Cove, nr Stanley|
|Magellanic penguin at his burrow|
Magellanic penguins live in burrows, but outside of the breeding season, spend most of their lives at sea.
|Gentoos in the gale, Bertha's Beach|
|A Macaroni interloper in a Rockhopper colony|
|Magellanic penguins, calling|
|Black-crowned night heron|
|Cobb's wren or Falklands grass wren?|
If you want more information about birds and animals on or around the Falklands, the worthy Falklands Conservation organisation's site is well worth a look. Find out how far penguins travel, or adopt a penguin!