PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The eaglets are coming! The first sign of one of the eggs in the Hays bald eagle nest hatching was seen Sunday morning.

The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania confirmed that the first “pip” in one of the eggs was visible on the Hays bald eagle cam around 9:50 a.m.

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The Audubon Society says that while the pip does mean the hatching process has started, it could be a while until the eaglet is seen. There are no pips visible on the other two eggs.

Watch live-streaming footage of the Hays bald eagle nest here.

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There are also two eggs currently in the Harmar bald eagles’ nest. Keep an eye on the live stream here.