The eagle has landed...er... hatched.
Nest watchers received a treat Saturday morning as a live video feed poised over the nest of two Florida bald eagles who were waiting for eggs to hatch got the payoff they were expecting. It's a baby bald eagle.
American bald eagles Harriet and her mate M15 have been taking turns incubating the eggs since they were laid in late November in their Fort Myers-area nest, NBC affiliate WFLA reported.
An area real estate company provides a live look at the nest with its "southwest Florida eagle cam."
Dick Pritchett Real Estate has provided the live video stream of the nest for four years, according to WFLA's report.
So far no signs of hatching from the second egg in the nest. Stay tuned!