Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Aquarium of the Pacific Welcomes Baby Penguins Live Web Cam

Baby Penguins are born at the Aquarium of the Pacific!

Oh My Cuteness - It's Baby Penguins 

Okay Seriously who wants to see the cutest thing ever?! Oh perfect, since I am stalking the web cam daily of these cute baby penguins that were just recently born at the Aquarium of the Pacific!

Here is the scoop and of course the link to the web cam so you too can watch in smiles all day long!
PC Aquarium of Pacific Robin Riggs

The penguin chicks were hatched to parents Kate and Avery and Patsy and Robbie, residents of the Aquarium’s June Keyes Penguin Habitat.
WHAT: The Aquarium of the Pacific is announcing the arrival of two Magellanic Penguin chicks. The penguins hatched at the Aquarium in late May. Parents Kate and Avery and Patsy and Robbie, residents of the Aquarium’s June Keyes Penguin Habitat, cared for the baby penguins until they were ready to go to their behind-the-scenes nursery to learn to take whole fish from keepers for feedings and to swim in shallow pools. The one-month-old chicks will be on public view when they join the other birds in the penguin habitat sometime in August. In the meantime, the chicks can be seen via webcam from the Aquarium of the Pacific’s website. 

The Penguin Cam is courtesy of explore.org, the philanthropic multimedia arm of the Annenberg Foundation.

In celebration of the baby birds, the Aquarium is offering an opportunity to name Kate and Avery’s chick through its Adopt an Animal program. Those adopting a penguin chick at the $100 level or higher before September 30 will receive two Aquarium admission tickets and the opportunity to suggest a name for the chick. The Aquarium’s animal department will choose one winner, and that winner will be able to go behind the scenes for a feeding and training session with the penguins.

Magellanic Penguins are a temperate species native to the coasts of Argentina and Chile in South America. It takes between thirty-eight and forty-three days of incubation before a Magellanic Penguin egg will hatch. Magellanic Penguin parents take turns incubating the eggs on the nest and feeding and raising the chicks after they hatch. The chicks fledge, or replace their downy newborn feathers with water-tight adult feathers, after about ninety days. The Aquarium’s penguin chicks are expected to fledge in August and join their parents and the other penguins on exhibit in the June Keyes Penguin Habitat.

WHEN: Starting NOW - Penguin chick webcam (at aquariumofpacific.org)


The chicks will move to the June Keyes Penguin Habitat sometime in August 2016.

WHERE: Aquarium of the Pacific, 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802
As soon as we visit and see these baby Penguins we will bring you live coverage for sure... and all the latest and greatest updates as we get them too!

Adopt an Animal penguin chick naming opportunity through September 30, 2016

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