Bleaker Island is a small working sheep farm, roughly 18 kilometres long and just one and a half kilometers wide.
In addition to its colony of rockhopper penguins, the island is also home to Magellanic and gentoo penguins and has a large king cormorant colony. Striated caracaras are often seen, and whales and sea lions patrol the coast. The island has many pools, which are home to a large number of waterfowl including white-tufted, and silver grebes and black-necked swans.
Offering some wonderful walks along its long sandy beaches and teeming with wildlife, Bleaker Island quietly enchants the visitor with its natural beauty.
- Ideal for viewing: gentoo penguin, king cormorant, magellanic penguin, rockhopper penguin, striated caracara
Highlights of The Falkland Islands
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Bleaker Island Settlement
Idal accommodation for those who want to discover the Falklands off the beaten track, enabling you to get the full flavour of the islands and to fully appreciate the unique environment and wildlife.