Welcome to the Tawaki Project, a long-term study of the marine ecology, breeding biology and population dynamics of the world's least known, most enigmatic penguin species - the Fiordland penguin or Tawaki.
29.01.2017 - Where do moulting tawaki belong?
25.02.2018 - Going back to Whenua Hou soon
11.01.2018 - The tawaki pre-moult journey
06.10.2017 Field work, Day 21
03.10.2017 - Field work, Day 18
28.09.2017 - Field work, Day 12
27.09.2017 - Field work 2017, Day 11
23.-25.09.2017 - Field work, Days 8-10
22.09.2017 - Field work, Day 7
21.09.2017 - Field work, Day 6
20.09.2017 - Field work, Day 5
19.09.2017 - Field work, Day 4
Latest research diary entries
Where do moulting tawaki belong? Why finding tawaki on any South Island beach can be perfectly normal...Read post...
Going back to Whenua Hou soon A few thoughts on the upcoming final stage of the 2017/18 field season...Read post...
The tawaki pre-moult journey In which we discuss the amazing journeys tawaki undertake once the breeding business has been concluded...Read post...