The final penguin species WC saw was the Magellanic Penguin. Not in order seen; the only place WC saw it was in the Falkland Islands, at least one of the places it breeds. It’s the only burrowing penguin among those seen on WC’s trip. And it’s probably the shyest.
Given that they nest in dirt burrows, a clean Magellanic, by definition, is one just out of the ocean.
At Gypsy Cove, outside of Stanley in the Falkland Islands, a small group of Magellanics was resting after foraging.
Gypsy Cove is also the only place WC has birded that has portions of its terrain closed because of the hazards of unexploded mines from the Argentine War.