Virtual Giving A penguin geolocator tracking device £110
With this gift, you’ll be supporting important research into the lives of penguins in the Antarctic.

For Adélie penguins, climate change and the resulting loss of sea ice threatens to deplete their main source of food – Antarctic krill.

We’re working with scientists to monitor the migration habits of penguins during the winter using miniature geolocating devices to track the birds' movements and identify key ‘biological hotspots’ in the Southern Ocean where they feed.

Together we’re trying to predict how the Adélies might adapt to climate change, and we’re strongly supporting an international proposal to create a network of marine protected areas to safeguard both their feeding ground off east Antarctica and their wintering ground further west.

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With this gift, WWF can carry out important research into the lives of penguins in the Antarctic.

For Adélie penguins, climate change and the resulting loss of sea ice threatens to deplete their main source of food – Antarctic krill.

We’re working with scientists to monitor the migration habits of penguins during the winter using miniature geolocating devices to track the birds' movements and identify key ‘biological hotspots’ in the Southern Ocean where they feed.

Together we’re trying to predict how the Adélies might adapt to climate change, and we’re strongly supporting an international proposal to create a network of marine protected areas to safeguard both their feeding ground off east Antarctica and their wintering ground further west.

Hi Name,
Name bought a penguin geolocator tracking device for WWF. They've dedicated it to you.

Name bought this Virtual Gift from the WWF UK Shop (£110), dedicated it to you, and included the message:

Your message
With this gift, WWF can carry out important research into the lives of penguins in the Antarctic.

For Adélie penguins, climate change and the resulting loss of sea ice threatens to deplete their main source of food – Antarctic krill.

We’re working with scientists to monitor the migration habits of penguins during the winter using miniature geolocating devices to track the birds' movements and identify key ‘biological hotspots’ in the Southern Ocean where they feed.

Together we’re trying to predict how the Adélies might adapt to climate change, and we’re strongly supporting an international proposal to create a network of marine protected areas to safeguard both their feeding ground off east Antarctica and their wintering ground further west.

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