I went out two nights trying to spot the Fairy Penguins, the smallest penguins. These have holes that they dig in the ground. The first night, I didn’t see anything, but I didn’t know how long to stay out in the night. The second night I was better prepared and had red cellophane to put over a flashlight. Right off the bat I saw a wallaby and could hear it munching away as I watched the surf. Eventually, I could see some penguins! They clustered around by the water’s edge (the left side of the photo below was where the blind for watching them was located). Then a small group of them decided it was time to make the trip and the shuffled along, right alongside of the blind I was behind, so I could see them quite close up. I had experimented trying to take red light photos of the wallaby, without much luck, so I knew there was no point in trying to photograph the penguins, so I just enjoyed watching them shuffle along and listened to all their calls from their burrows.