Wild Haggi mate only once ever 5 years for a 6 month season but can lay 25-30 eggs in one clutch and will lay every 15 days during the season. So they can lay up to 360 eggs in one season. Haggi are unable to burrow or dig in the ground so what the male will do is either find a rabbit burrow that is unoccupied or eradicate any rabbits in a burrow and take it over.
The male will then take his mate into the burrow to see if she is happy with it and if not will find another burrow. If she is happy they will begin the mating process and then he will only return to the burrow to bring her food.
Baby Haggi or Haglets
A baby Haggis will hatch after around 25 days and is about the size of a chestnut. It grows fairly rapidly and will reach full maturity after about a year.