Floyd and Roxy’s chick hatched around June 25. Now, nearing 50 days old, the chick moved into phase 2 three weeks ago. It’s not so much a flight of the fledging, but it certainly represents a big change for this chick’s development! From our partners at the Aquarium of the Pacific: Thank you so much
From our partners at the Aquarium of the Pacific, here are 11 things viewers should know while watching Roxy and Floyd’s Nest Cam – and their adorable new chick!: You may have seen both Roxy and Floyd taking turns tending to the nest and even feeding their chick. Magellanic Penguin parents, both mom and dad,
Congratulations to Floyd and Roxy on their recently hatched Penguin Chick! S/he cracked just about two days ago and as parents take turns keeping the little one warm, you can catch of glimpse of the chick on the Live Cam. We’re all so excited! The Aquarium of the Pacific is home to more than a dozen
On the Penguin Nest Live Cam, parents Floyd and Roxy give us a peek at their egg. The approximate due date of the chicks is late June. The incubation period for this species is typically about 40 days. Penguins have existed on Earth for more than 50 million years, and over that time they have
While the Magellanic Penguins feast on their morning fish, Roxy and Floyd continue their nest duties. We are on Day 7 of the egg hatch countdown. If all goes well, we can expect a chick in approximately 35 days. Did You Know? Diving to depths of 164 feet, Magellanic penguins prey on small fishes, squid, and krill.