You’re not the only one keeping the bald eagle webcam active in the background on your computer at work.
News outlets from around the world have been paying close attention since the eaglets began hatching last week. The first egg hatched on Friday and the second hatched Sunday morning. Local reports this afternoon say that the third and final eaglet is currently working its way out of the egg.
Bald Eagles have been absent from Pittsburgh for almost the entire time the city has been here, around 250 years. The effort to restore eagle populations in the area has been a joint-venture between the Canadian government, the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy and several other agencies.
Update: NBC News is now in on the action.