The Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre in New Zealand welcomed a rare baby bird on Sunday. The white kiwi chick, named Mauriora – meaning “sustained life” in Maori – is the second of its kind to be born in captivity. The first white kiwi born in captivity hatched in May and is name Manukura.
The two white kiwis are North Island brown kiwi who carry a rare white gene. They are not albinos.