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13-Jan-2020 08:17

Whatever the reason, penguins have a knack for capturing our hearts.

Osprey can be a valuable indicator species for monitoring the long-term health of the Chesapeake Bay because their diet consists almost entirely of fish and they are sensitive to many environmental contaminants.

Tom and Audrey remained in the vicinity of the nest all summer long until they migrated south in the fall.

We here at the Chesapeake Observatory are glad to bring you another year of Tom and Audrey’s adventures, and hope you will join us again next year to once again watch one of the Chesapeake’s most fascinating and beautiful creatures.

Scuffles over territory are common, and there is a definite social hierarchy within the colony.

Through pointing (when a penguin lowers its body to the ground and point its beak at another penguin), biting, fighting and braying, dominant birds (usually older) establish a pecking order, and will literally put a juvenile bird in its place by chasing or herding if they feel challenged.

Osprey can be a valuable indicator species for monitoring the long-term health of the Chesapeake Bay because their diet consists almost entirely of fish and they are sensitive to many environmental contaminants.Tom and Audrey remained in the vicinity of the nest all summer long until they migrated south in the fall.We here at the Chesapeake Observatory are glad to bring you another year of Tom and Audrey’s adventures, and hope you will join us again next year to once again watch one of the Chesapeake’s most fascinating and beautiful creatures.Scuffles over territory are common, and there is a definite social hierarchy within the colony.Through pointing (when a penguin lowers its body to the ground and point its beak at another penguin), biting, fighting and braying, dominant birds (usually older) establish a pecking order, and will literally put a juvenile bird in its place by chasing or herding if they feel challenged.The Academy's colony of African penguins () does just that, while helping educate thousands of visitors a day about their fascinating biology and plight in the wild.