Anyone who takes a voyage to the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) can expect to see a large and diverse group of birds. In fact, this is one of the area’s primary sources of biodiversity. There are 16 endemic bird species, and a total of 63 species use the Falkland Islands for breeding purposes.
Some of the highlights include the Southern Rockhopper penguin, the South American tern and the Black-browed albatross. Falkland Islands expedition cruise participants might also spot the South American fur seal and the Southern elephant seal.