PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — There’s new video of the eagle family nesting in Pittsburgh’s Hays neighborhood.

The first of three eggs hatched in the nest on Friday afternoon, setting off a wave of excitement across the Pittsburgh region.

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This latest video clip shows the mother and father eagle feeding the eaglet earlier on Saturday before rain showers moved in.

After that, the parent eagles spend most of the day taking turns sitting on the nest, shielding the eaglet and remaining eggs from the wet weather.

Watch the video here!

The video comes from the Eagle Cam set up by the Pennsylvania Game Commission and Pix Controller.

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Officials with the Game Commission say they estimate the other eggs could hatch in the next six days.

They say the eaglets will hang around until about July 4 when they’ll fly away for good.

Click here to watch the LIVE Bald Eagle Cam!

And visit this link to see more photos of the eagle family!

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