Salisbury Plain and Stromness Harbour - South Georgia Island
The King Penguin only breeds on average twice every three years. Everywhere I looked I could see tens of thousands of King Penguins and their chicks during our landing here. It was a most impressive sight to behold.
Brown Skuas are often found around subantarctic islands populated by burrow-nesting seabirds or penguins.
Antarctic fur seal - about 95% of the world's population breeds on South Georgia Island. Males are much larger than females. Considering that we arrived soon after territories are staked by the males, we had to pay close attention so as to not accidentally tread too close to a male's territory, as they are known to vigorously defend them and their harems (up to a dozen).
South Georgia Pipit - throat is whitish, bill is blackish with a reddish base.