On Sunday, the Hays Bald Eagle Cam caught movement from one of the chicks inside the egg!

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – We have a PIP!

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On Sunday, the Hays Bald Eagle Cam saw its first “PIP” or the beginning of the hatching of an egg.

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A PIP is when an eaglet pieces a hole into the air cell, taking its first breath, and is the first visual sign of a hatch in progress.

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The time from the PIP until the final hatching is about 12-48 hours.

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