CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- One of Savannah's eggs hatched Friday and now the nest is covered in several inches of snow.
Savannah is being a dedicated mom and has been sitting on her nest all morning.
Savannah left her nest for a short period of time Friday morning and an eaglet was spotted.
View the photo gallery to see the eaglet.
Savannah had three eggs in her nest. Officials at the Carolina Raptor Center said Savannah removed one of the eggs from the nest because it was not viable.
Officials expect the last egg to hatch Sunday or Monday.
The normal length of incubation for bald eagle eggs is 34-37 days. Keep a close eye on the eagle cam and you could see little eaglets!