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.