PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — An eaglet in the Hays Bald Eagle nest hatched early Saturday morning.

The Audubon Society confirmed that the egg hatched at 7:40 a.m.

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The Audubon Society also says that the Hays Bald Eagles laid two eggs this year.

It’s been 37 days since the first egg was laid.

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(Photo Credit: Audubon Society)

Bald Eagle eggs typically take around 35-37 days to hatch.

The remaining egg is expected to hatch on or around Sunday, March 22

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A live stream of the nest can be viewed here.