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Our research is funded by our penguin adoption scheme, the sale of our book, by personal donations and our penguin conservation merchandise. By ordering something from these pages or making a donation, you will be helping to ensure that we can continue our research and conservation work.

adopt a penguin
penguin chicks photo Adopt and name your penguin, and we will send you reports and photos of your penguin's progress. We will even send you a map to show you exactly where your penguin lives, in case you ever want to visit. (Visitors are welcome).

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cups posters mouse mats and tee shirts
We now offer a selection of merchandise featuring Falklands wildlife in our on-line store. We will receive a small percentage of the sale price to support our work. Visit our store here.

This unique piece by remote sensing artist Stuart Black features the South Atlantic Ocean, including the Falkland Islands. The Nature's Canvas print measures 24 x 24 inches - part of a collection of artwork designed to help organisations raise funds for conservation projects.

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buy our book


Prepare to enter the hidden world of the penguin. Learn how penguins dominate the half world of land and sea. See penguins like you have never seen them before.

This extraordinary book is the authoritative work on penguins of South America, an area that includes the Falkland Islands, one of the world’s most important penguin breeding sites.

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Order the book on-line now.

photo of our book penguins of the falkland islands and south america by doctor mike bingham


make a donation
We are always pleased to receive donations in support of our work. If you would like to make a donation, click here.
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