Hays Bald Eagle Cam catches ‘PIP’ because the egg begins to hatch – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff


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On Sunday the Hays Bald Eagle Cam experienced its first “PIP” or the beginning of an egg hatching.

A PIP is when an eagle drills a hole in the air cell on its first breath and is the first visual sign of a running hatch.

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WATCH: “PIP-PIP Hurray!”

The time from PIP to final hatching is approx. 12-48 hours.

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