Yellow eyed penguin by Lucy
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  • 1. A way we could show kaitiakitanga is h e5 w not letting our w t yello kno s a dogs run loose you ill ha on itDid ar b uin on beaches and l g dol d pen not throwing eye our garbage in the sea.
  • 2. r ca n p ills o ts oil s effec i e from . Oil ts ar e i ns d lly sick heir nes n guPe ade rea cause t s are e g be m living b the eg The Yellow-eyed t heir yed and Penguin inhabits the o d estr d. south-east coast of ke wrec New Zealands South Island. The yellow eyed penguins habitat is on a beach or in the sea.
  • 3. The problem on our public beaches when penguins comeashore is dog control. Dog owners appreciate thefreedom of romping with unleashed dogs on the openbeaches. At certain times of the year penguins(yellow-eyed, Fiordland crested, erect crested, Little Blueand Snares crested ) come ashore either as juveniles torest for the night or as adults to moult. This sometimescauses problems. A penguin is irresistible to most dogsas it has that fishy smell that can be air scented by dogsfrom a very long way off. Often well meaning dog ownersonly become aware of this when a penguin lies dead in apile of feathers in the dunes. It takes only one bite to killthem.