Sunday, March 06, 2011

Penguin trail

Stony Point, originally uploaded by andiwolfe.

Stony Point, near Betty's Bay, South Africa has a large colony of African Penguins and various cormorants. The rocks are usually chock full of birds drying off, and there are numerous trails used by Penguins as they come ashore and go up to their burrows or sunning spots. The trail that leads around to the right side of these boulders is dotted with penguin footprints.

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