Bufano? Pina? Perhaps Ebb? Cast your vote on the best name for the latest additions to the African Penguin Exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences.
Two penguin hatchlings will be starting “fish school” soon in preparation for joining the African penguin exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.
Formal dress is only required for the animals for those celebrating World Penguin day in the Bay Area. We honestly didn’t know the celebration existed until today – perhaps Penguin Awareness day (held in January, apparently) should have tipped us off? So where can you actually see penguins in Northern California?
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
An African black-footed penguin that was born at the Monterey Bay Aquarium earlier this month is healthy and growing fast.
Four Magellanic penguin chicks have hatched this breeding season at the San Francisco Zoo, and will be on display until the end of June when they’ll head off to “Fish School,” zoo officials said.
Six penguins that were found emaciated on a shoreline in Brazil are making a new home at the San Francisco Zoo.