An egg was laid overnight Friday in a bald eagle nest in Pittsburgh, the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania revealed Saturday.
The egg was first spotted at 7:30 a.m. when a webcam at the nest came on, having been turned off overnight, showing one of the eagles sitting on the egg.
The eagles will remain in the nest constantly until the egg hatches, the Audubon Society said. They will turn the egg to ensure that its temperature stays constant.
According to the Audubon Society, if more eggs are laid, it typically happens about two to three days apart.
Meanwhile, there has also been mating and nesting activity between the Harmar bald eagles, the Audubon Society said.
CLICK HERE to watch live video from the Hays nest, as well as a nest in Harmar.