Pitter patter of little talons draws eyes of the world to Sidney eagles' nest

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A screen capture shows the first eagle chick to hatch this year in the Sidney eagles' nest, under surveillance by Hancock Wildlife Foundation's live video cameras.

Photograph by: Hancock Wildlife Foundation, .

A ball of grey fluff, high in a tree in Sidney, is attracting an international audience.

The first egg hatched Thursday in the Sidney eagles' nest, which is under webcam surveillance by the not-for-profit Hancock Wildlife Foundation, and fascinated eagle-watchers are glued to every movement.

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