KIWIS: A NATURAL HISTORY

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“The kiwi is unique to New Zealand and is one of the most unusual birds on earth. It is flightless, nocturnal, has hair-like feathers and burrows into the ground to lay an egg representing 25% of its body weight.
The kiwi is shy, secretive and its covert habits have frustrated scientists for many years. New information on kiwi behaviour challenges past understanding of the bird. The kiwi's characteristics have helped it to survive; now its numbers are falling and the programme explores the reasons why and offers hope for the future.” www.offthefence.com, 29/10/2007

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Year 1991

Reference number F102783

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 1:00:00

Production company Natural History New Zealand

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Credits Narrator: Ian Johnston
Director: Michael Hacking
Producer: Michael Hacking
Director of Photography: Malcolm Nish (aka Swami Hansa)
Editor: Owen Ferrier-Kerr
Sound: Errol Samuelson
Sound: Lloyd Pearson
Sound: Owen Ferrier-Kerr
Sound: Ian Masterton
Sound: Earl Kingi
Researcher: Mark Ferns
Researcher: John Dowding

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