This video says about itself:
High quality rare video of baby loggerhead sea turtles hatching out of a nest and running across a Sarasota Florida beach and into the Gulf of Mexico during the night of September 26, 2006. Video shot with permission using invisible infrared red light to prevent any effect on the turtles. …
From Underwater Times:
Underwatertimes.com News Service
August 17, 2009 21:29 EST
BIG PINK KEY [sic; Big Pine Key], Florida — Environmental enthusiasts should be able to observe infant loggerhead sea turtles hatching and emerging from their nest, via a live streaming “turtle webcam” installed on a private beach on Big Pine Key in the Lower Florida Keys.
Viewers can access the webcam, which offers daytime viewing of the loggerhead nest in natural light and infrared nighttime viewing to avoid disturbing the turtles, at www.fla-keys.com/turtlecam.
The camera currently is focused on a nest with eggs projected to hatch by Aug. 24 during the nighttime hours. Afterwards, plans call for relocating it to other nearby nests with eggs projected to hatch at night on varying dates through Sept. 9.
Once a nest has hatched, recorded footage of the hatching should be available for viewing on the site.