Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falklands
Emperor Penguins March in March
Every winter (which begins in March in Antarctica), emperor penguins traverse up to 80 km (50 mi.) across the ice to reach stable breeding grounds. Males arrive shortly before females, ready to attract a mate with displays and courtship calls. Emperor penguins are monogamous during each breeding season. Ready to see it for yourself? Let's chat about it! Schedule a time to discuss with us below.