PLATTEVILLE, Colo. (CBS4) — The first eaglet has hatched in a nest at the Xcel Energy plant in Platteville. Xcel tweeted the news Tuesday morning.

A second eaglet hatched Tuesday afternoon. There is one egg remaining in the nest.

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“We have one eagle nest equipped with two video cameras so you can watch the American bald eagles build their nest, lay and incubate their eggs, and raise their young in late January through July,” the Xcel website states.

The nest is 6 feet-wide and 5 feet-deep and has been active for many years, according to Xcel. It sits high in a cottonwood tree near the plant.

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You can check out the live cameras at https://birdcam.xcelenergy.com/cams/xcel_energy_eagle_cams, or visit the Fort St. Vrain Eagle Cam Facebook page.