This yellow-eyed penguin chick in our rehab facility is one of the youngest - as shown by the attractive mohawk (is that how you spell it?) hair do. We aim to transfer the chicks into the soft-release pens about a week before they are 106 days old which is the age when they would naturally fledge. In the soft-release pens they are fed daily for a week. This gives them a chance to meet the locals, learn about the area and hopefully learn to come back to this place if they can't work out how to feed because we will be watching and have fish ready to hand out if required. But for now Pinke still needs to finish off that dive-suit.....