This week at Macquarie Island

  • Beach, ocean and rocks

    1 March 2013 Single page view

    Preparations continue for the ship’s arrival. Spectacular landscape and wildlife photos from the field…

  • Penguin moulting looks like he has a brown beard

    22 February 2013 Single page view

    As Macquarie Island prepares for resupply, the island is abuzz with activity. A bearded penguin is spotted.

  • Bright orange and red colours in the sky, reflection or red on lake

    15 February 2013 Single page view

    An update on all projects from Macquarie Island.

  • Small thorny red plant

    8 February 2013 Single page view

    Australia and Waitangi Day celebrated in style plus much more this week from Macquarie Island.

  • Close up photo of top half of king penguin with ocean in background

    1 February 2013 Single page view

    The MIPEP hunters review December in pics, the life of the island's penguins is examined, science, exploration, more birds, wildlife and incredible landscapes all from Macca.

  • Expeditioner standing on a rocky ledge high up, ocean in background

    25 January 2013 Single page view

    MIPEP update, bird poo DNA - what it can tell us and much more on work and play at Macquarie Island.

  • Close up of three king penguins heads and long necks

    18 January 2013 Single page view

    The rolling, grassy and sometimes snowy hills and shores of Macquarie Island are filled with history, wildlife and work. This week we say goodbye to some good friends and update you on the work that keeps us here.

  • Two tourists in red jackets aiming their camera's at thousands of royal penguins

    11 January 2013 Single page view

    Macquarie Island's rich and varied flora and fauna, including tourists!

  • The Macca team on Christmas Day

    4 January 2013 Single page view

    Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year's Eve at Macca.

  • Paul, Peter Mooney and Richard pose together smiling outside on Macquarie Island

    21 December 2012 Single page view

    Macca's final 2012 edition includes visiting tourists, orcas and the usual (but never ordinary) tales of work and photos of all there is to find on this beautiful, remote island. Wishing our friends, family, colleagues and our Antarctic friends a very Mery Christmas.

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