Wilhelmina Bay - Antarctica
A collection of dreamy landscapes, penguins, seals and seabirds.
A juvenile Emperor Penguin (see photo in gallery) as evidenced by its lack of yellow on the cheeks was the second sighting of an Emperor Penguin on this trip. We were told that this juvenile Emperor Penguin probably came from the colony off the Dion Islands, at the southern end of the Antarctic Penninsula. This penguin will probably return to its natal colony to breed at around four years old.
Zodiac outings provided spectacular views of glaciers, icebergs, mammals and birds during this outing.