Low Head Penguin Tour, Tasmania

No dogs allowed….not a problem for my intrepid stunt double Ike, on location with GC follower Jimena at Low Head Conservation Area, near Georgetown, northern central Tasmania:

Ike was watching little blue penguins, the smallest of all types of penguin. Find out more about them here.

Image credit: Low Head Penguin Tours

One Reply to “Low Head Penguin Tour, Tasmania”

  1. Blue penguins are small and very comical birds also found around the coastline of New Zealand. They are a protected species because they are vulnerable to predation by dogs, cats, stoats, weasels and rats and have established themselves in small colonies. These penguins live in close proximity to humans in burrows located under houses and decks close to the seashore. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=226&v=_rb0L5Wz9DI&feature=emb_title and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zHdmRet1eI.

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