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Galapagos Penguin Digital Adoption

£20.00

About Galapagos Penguins

The Galapagos penguin is the world’s only penguin species to live north of the Equator. Unlike other penguins, they can survive this tropical climate because of the cold water currents that circulate around Galapagos. Often seen flying through the water, they are a popular species amongst both locals and tourists. 

As with many Galapagos species, it is endemic to the Islands, meaning they only live in Galapagos. They are currently listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Endangered Species. This is due to a range of issues, including bycatch by local fisheries, pollution and climate change. The latter is having an increased impact, causing severe El Niño weather events that reduce numbers of prey items. 

How an adoption helps

By adopting a Galapagos penguin today, you can help to protect this species and other wildlife on the Islands. We work on a range of projects that are helping protect Galapagos penguins, as well as the marine environment. This includes assessing the risk of marine plastic pollution to Galapagos penguins as part of our Plastic Pollution Free Galapagos programme. Assessing the impact of plastics on penguins, as well as other marine species, is crucial to informing future management decisions. Buying an adoption could help to make this possible. 

Our Galapagos penguin digital adoption pack includes a downloadable fact file full of information about these iconic species, as well as two digital certificates – one that can be personalised at home and one that can be sent on or printed as is. The recipient will also receive updates through our monthly e-Newsletter about the conservation work we are doing in Galapagos. If you wish to find further information about Galapagos penguin, you can do so on our species page here

Please note, digital adoptions are downloadable via email once purchased. 

Please note, all staff are currently working from home. Our online shop remains open for orders, which will be sent out on a weekly basis.

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About Galapagos Penguins

The Galapagos penguin is the world’s only penguin species to live north of the Equator. Unlike other penguins, they can survive this tropical climate because of the cold water currents that circulate around Galapagos. Often seen flying through the water, they are a popular species amongst both locals and tourists. 

As with many Galapagos species, it is endemic to the Islands, meaning they only live in Galapagos. They are currently listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Endangered Species. This is due to a range of issues, including bycatch by local fisheries, pollution and climate change. The latter is having an increased impact, causing severe El Niño weather events that reduce numbers of prey items. 

How an adoption helps

By adopting a Galapagos penguin adoption today, you can help to protect this species and other wildlife on the Islands. We work on a range of projects that are helping protect Galapagos penguins, as well as the marine environment. This includes assessing the risk of marine plastic pollution to Galapagos penguins as part of our Plastic Pollution Free Galapagos programme. Assessing the impact of plastics on penguins, as well as other marine species, is crucial to informing future management decisions. Buying an adoption could help to make this possible. 

Our Galapagos penguin digital adoption pack includes a downloadable fact file full of information about these iconic species, as well as two digital certificates – one that can be personalised at home and one that can be sent on or printed as is. The recipient will also receive updates through our monthly e-Newsletter about the conservation work we are doing in Galapagos. If you wish to find further information about Galapagos penguin, you can do so on our species page here

Please note, digital adoptions are downloadable via email once purchased.