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  • Motherjoanne by Motherjoanne

    This is the site where on Feb. 12th 2014, I commented that there were no chicks! http://talk.penguinwatch.org/#/subjects/APZ00044u2.

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  • Motherjoanne by Motherjoanne

    Here, 2 weeks earlier, I see probably nine. Something happened?

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    Hi Motherjoanne. Great to pick up a picture for the same site. I can only see one possible chick - there's one penguin on the left of the

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    picture about two thirds of the way up, and it's facing to the left. I can't see a white head marking on that so I wonder if it is a final

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    chick. I could be wrong about some others -but they do all seem to have the white head marking.Their fledging moult takes about 2 weeks 😃

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    Anyone else got any thoughts on this one? I'm open to ideas...

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  • Motherjoanne by Motherjoanne

    Look at nests along the central stone ridge. They are small chicks still being guarded under adults. Then you will see others.

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  • Motherjoanne by Motherjoanne

    Check out please.

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    oh - got it! This is very confusing (well for me anyway)! Will ask about it on the Science board - keep an eye out for a reply there. 😃

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    Question posed M/j : http://talk.penguinwatch.org/#/boards/BPZ0000002/discussions/DPZ0000bhf

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    I've spent 2 hours pulling up images from this camera and putting them into chronological order. See what you think of my theory http://talk.penguinwatch.org/#/boards/BPZ0000002/discussions/DPZ0000bhf

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