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The webcam besides an albatross nest at Taiaroa Head on the Otago Peninsula, Dunedin, went live on Tuesday morning.
The chick can be seen staring at the camera as rain falls around it. It is being filmed 24 hours a day, DOC's threatened species ambassador Nicola Toki said.
It is then left alone, apart from feeding visits, until it begins to fly at about eight months.
Earlier this month, the colony welcomed its first chick of the season, with the Dunedin City Council flying a "happy birthday" flag from the civic centre to celebrate the event.