The eaglet, known as E9, was born in Fort Myers, Florida, at 7:33 am on Saturday, according to the real estate company hosting a webcam live stream.
Eagle parent Harriet laid two eggs during the week of Thanksgiving, and it typically takes approximately 35 days for an eagle egg to hatch.
The second egg — E9’s sibling — has yet to hatch. You can watch the live stream here.
This year, The Southwest Florida “Eagle Cam” has garnered more than 60.8 million views, according to NBC News.
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