African Penguin & Seabird Sanctuary

The Cry Of The African Penguin

The Cry Of The African Penguin

African Penguin & Seabird Sanctuary

The Penguin’s thrown-back head symbolizes its cry for help. The African penguin is an important part of our marine ecosystems which are rich with sea creatures. Their shapes have been cut out of the penguin’s body to symbolise the imminent disappearance of the African Penguin from our waters.

Sculptor – Lachian Matthews (2015)
 

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The Cry Of The African Penguin

African Penguin & Seabird Sanctuary

APSS has been set up to assist the endangered African penguin colonies of Dyer Island, an Important Bird Area, where the species has declined dramatically over 30 years, almost 90%. The other nearby colony is Stony Point at Betty’s Bay. This facility will have a fully equipped lab and a vet on sta...

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