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Washed rockhoppers get ready for release
All washed penguins are being kept in newly created pools to swim and feed in the run up to their release back into the wild.
Conservation Leadership Programme announces award winners for 2011
The Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) has announced this year’s 30 award-winning projects in 19 different countries, worth a total of $492,000
Ivan Papanin arrives at Tristan
More equipment arrives on Tristan to help save the oiled penguins.
Wash and dry for rockhopers at rehab centre
The first rockhopper penguins are washed at the newly erected wash-bay facility.
Island gets set to wash thousands of penguins
Experts arrive on Tristan to help save thousands of Northern Rockhopper Penguins affected by the oil spill.
First Tristan penguins released from 'rehab'
The first 24 penguins of more than 3,600 admitted to the 'rehab centre' have been released back to the wild.
Got a conservation emergency? Now there's help
The Rapid Response Facility provides small grants, focusing on UNESCO natural World Heritage sites, in response to applications for urgent support.
Nightingale Island emergency appeal
The Nightingale Island disaster fighting fund will be used to help the penguins and other wildlife affected by the oil.
Sat Nav parrots show way to go
New studies show that both sexes respond better to taking Sat Nav directions from talking parrots.
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