We don't get to see the yellow-eyed penguins in our colonies very much at this time of the year because they have left in the morning before we show up for work and we are gone when they return. However, our spy camera captures how sociable they are when they are on their way home and encounter other penguins on the way. Notice the beautiful sky pointing that is going on: the penguin walks (or runs) towards and then past another penguin and then stretches the head way up. It means "giddaye howzit going??" and it is always a little flirtatious.