A2 - 594mm x 420mm - $395.00 - Edition Size 10
These guys have a tough time perpetuating the species. This is the sole surviving chick from 16 eggs laid on a beach on Moturua Island in the Bay of Islands. Cute little critter.
Some eggs got swept away by high tides. Some hatched and the chicks were taken out by black-backed gulls. Moturua is pest-free so thankfully they didn't have to cope with rat or stoat predation.
NZ Dotterel number a mere 2,000.