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See the Kororā, the Little Blue Penguin and the world’s smallest penguins in their natural habitat every evening from its Taiaroa Head facility using a modern, purpose-built viewing platform and interactive walkway. Watch the Little Blue Penguin arrive home by scurrying up to their cliff-face burrows at Pilots Beach on the Otago Peninsula. After a day at sea, the penguins congregate in groups known as “rafts” not far offshore where they often can be heard vocalising – usually short, loud squawks. Blue Penguin viewing tours are at dusk when penguins come ashore and make their way to their nests where they feed their chicks or roost. 

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