African Penguin & Seabird Sanctuary

Blog: APSS's First Penguin Release

Published: 01 September 2015
By:Anwynn Louw

The penguins were admitted to APSS very underweight and somewhat dehydrated. After 3 weeks of rehabilitation they were ready to be released, each having reached optimal weight of 3+ kilograms and ready for the big ocean again.

We launched from he Kleinbaai harbour with the whale watching vessel, the 'Whale Whisperer", belonging to Dyer Island Cruises. It was a short boat ride to Dyer Island where the penguins were released and we watched as they swam off to join the rest of the African Penguin colony on the island.

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