Checking our colonies regularly really pays off. We found this special wee girl who managed to fledge naturally in the colony needing a little help. She was sick but is starting to look a lot better with some meds. Finding her in May - weeks after fledging means that she has worked out how to feed. That's probably the most important lesson for a young penguin - and she's done it. Some medicine and food and she'll be right to head out again.