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ROME, Georgia — After weeks of waiting there was finally an exciting update in Georgia, where a camera has been fixed on a bald eagle’s nest with two eggs.

One of the eggs started cracking yesterday, and a little hatchling eventually emerged. The second egg has not hatched yet.

The bald eagles have been nesting on the Berry College campus since 2012.

Before they arrived, the college had planned to remove the tree for a new stadium. But, the area has been preserved by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service, so the stadium was built farther away.

Watch the ‘eagle cam’ here: