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Do you have a passion for penguins?

Have a knack for writing and communication?

Penguins International is excited to announce that we are now accepting volunteer applications for contributors!

Blog contributors help keep our penguin community engaged and up-to-date on the latest penguin news globally. Topics range from penguin biology to describing the latest ocean policies, together we aim to expand penguin knowledge to the public through storytelling. Whether you’re a professional penguin researcher or just someone with a deep love for these incredible creatures, we’d love to hear from you.

Join the Penguins International as a volunteer contributor today! Your perspective is valuable and can inspire others in the global community. Although our blogs are written in English, we would love to welcome translators!

Please note that if accepted as a volunteer blog contributor, all submitted content will be reviewed by a member of our team at Penguins International to ensure accuracy and credibility.

Submit your application below and let your passion for penguins shine. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Example Content By Our Wonderful Contributors

King Penguin with its chick showing penguin down feathers

What’s up with “Down”?

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What’s up with “Down”? By Megan SpoffordHave you ever seen a young penguin that looks like it has completely different feathers than the rest of the members in its colony?…
Adelie Penguin

Fish is a Superfood for Adélie Penguin Chicks

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Fish is a Superfood for Adélie Penguin Chicks by Nataly H. AranzamendiAdélie Penguins are the most widespread species of penguins. They can be found along the entire coast of the…
Gentoo penguins

The choice of non-breeding penguins: To fast or not to fast?

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The choice of non-breeding penguins: To fast or not to fast? by Nataly H. Aranzamendi Non-breeding penguins are an important portion of any penguin population and we know very little…
Southern Rockhopper Penguin

Penguins in Captivity: Keeping them happy

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Penguins in Captivity: Keeping them happy By Sian LiversageIt seems that no matter what age you are, whether a child or an adult, one of the most popular and interesting…