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The first of two Bald Eagle chicks whose incubation in southwest Florida has been live-streamed throughout the week has hatched.

Fox News has been streaming the nest's webcam live on Facebook HERE.

Mother Harriet and father M15 are anxiously awaiting the hatching of their second chick in their Fort Meyers, Fla. nest.

Their first chick hatched just after 7:30 a.m. eastern time.

Dick Pritchett Real Estate has been following Harriet's nesting habits since 2012, according to NBC News.

Her original mate, Ozzie, was killed in a fight with another eagle in 2015.


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