This is a BBC kakapo video.
From Wildlife Extra:
Kakapo Breeding Season Off To a Strong Start
February 2008. The breeding season of the kakapo, New Zealand’s most endangered bird, is off to a great start with at least two fertile eggs having already been laid on Codfish Island and two female birds, previously thought to be too young, also laying eggs.
Conservation Minister Steve Chadwick says these are the first eggs laid by kakapo for three years, and it is hugely exciting that two six-year-old kakapo have laid eggs, because it was previously thought that the minimum breeding age was nine years.
Kakapo chicks taken back to Codfish Island – all thriving: here.
Kakapo update November 2008: here.
January 2009: here.
Long lost kakapo rediscovered after 21 years: here.