Rockhopper Penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome) on Bleaker Island.
They are the most widespread of the crested penguins and also the smallest. The nests are built among the rocks. They are made of pebbles, sticks, feathers, or plant parts.
Bleaker Island is home to many colonies of penguins and other birds and sea lions can usually be seen within easy walking distance of the settlement. Wide sandy bays and beautiful sheltered coves characterise this lowland Island.
Bleaker is part of the “Camp”, the outer areas of the Falkland Islands Archipelago.