On Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 April at 1.30 pm find out what it is like to be a Hoiho/Yellow Eyed Penguin on the mainland of New Zealand. This talk by conservation experts at Penguin Place and will be followed by a visit to the Rehabilitation Facility.
Penguin Place is a private conservation effort to help save the world’s most endangered penguin.
An interesting and insightful talk will be given by people on the frontline of Yellow Eyed Penguin Conservation. Learn about conservation goals and strategies, challenges in Helping Hoiho and Penguin Rehabilitation.
After the talk, small groups will be taken to visit the Penguin Place Rehabilitation Facility.
Duration approximately 1.5 hours and a maximum of 45 people at this session.
Phone to book: (03) 4780286
Penguin Place 45 Pakihau Road R.D. 2 Harington Point Dunedin