This video says about itself:
The famous New Zealand Kiwi Bird. Filmed with infrared lights.
From Wildlife Extra:
July 2008. Huatahi, the first kiwi chick to hatch on Maungatautari in around 100 years, has reached his first major milestone by weighing-in at exactly 1kg. …
Maungatautari could eventually ‘house’ many hundreds of pairs of kiwi. It is also considered the most significant potential conservation site for a number of New Zealand’s endangered wildlife including kokako, saddleback and stitchbird.
Second kiwi chick for Maungatautari? Here.
Maungatautari – Two fertile kiwi eggs discovered.
Maungatautari closing in on the last few pests – Mice, rabbits, hares & goats: here.
Little spotted kiwi have been reintroduced to New Zealand’s Fiordland: here.
This video from the USA is called IndyMac woes continue.
By Rafael Azul:
Failed IndyMac Bank under investigation for lending fraud
18 July 2008
IndyMac, a banking chain based in Pasadena, California with branch offices throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area, is among 21 lending institutions being investigated for lending and accounting fraud by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
On July 11, IndyMac, with assets of $32 billon [sic; billion], was shut down by the Office of Thrift Supervision and its assets were seized by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The FDIC move only partially protects depositors at the institution’s 33 branches. According to one estimate, $500 million in depositors’ money stands to be lost as a result of the bank failure—the third largest in US history.
Left in the cold are thousands of past and current employees, many of whom were laid off in the weeks before the bank failure. The wages and commissions of many of the remaining employees are uncertain.