The birds of the Subantarctic seashore include sheathbills, gulls, skuas, albatross, giant petrels and cormorants...
Stercorarius antarcticus, 'Brown Skua', 'Antarctic Skua'.
Eudyptes chrysolophus, 'Macaroni Penguin'. Looks similar to the Southern Rockhopper, which can overlap in range, but has a much more orange coloured crest.
Eudyptes schlegeli, 'Royal Penguin'. Breeds only on Macquarie Island.
Eudyptes chrysocome filholi, 'Eastern Rockhopper Penguin'. Considered a sub-species of the 'Southern Rockhopper Penguin'. Breeds on subantarctic islands in the southern Indian Ocean and south of Australia and New Zealand.
Aptenodytes patagonicus, 'King Penguin'.
Juvenile of a 'King Penguin'. The young look so different, they were initially thought of being a different species.
Another unusual feature of the 'King Penguin' is their eye. In low light the pupils are round in shape, like almost all other birds. However, when they constrict they form a square or diamond shape, as pictured above.
Megadyptes antipodes 'Yellow-eyed Penguins'.
Phoebetria palpebrata, 'Light-mantled Sooty Albatross'.
Macronectes giganteus, 'Southern Giant Petrel'.
Anthus antarcticus, 'South Georgia Pipit'. The only passerine found on South Georgia.
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