The world's most famous giraffe delivered a calf Saturday.
In 2017, April gave birth to a boy named Tajiri.
The Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, said April gave birth to a healthy male calf around 12:45 p.m. Saturday.
The new baby, also a boy, is April's fifth offspring.
The park, where April has lived since 2015, began its "Giraffe Watch 2019' on the last day of February".
A naming contest for the new calf will be held soon.
The child has quickly found its feet and is now wandering around.
It can take as little as 30 minutes or up to 2 hours for the giraffe to give birth once labor starts.
Animal Adventure Park has issued no official updates on the calf but all seems well.
Now, there are already 264,980 people watching the live stream, and posting about the incoming baby.
"I don't know why I'm crying happy tears", said Jennifer Hodell in the YouTube comments section.
"So glad this is happening on the weekend so that I can watch live!"
On Thursday the animal park tweeted she had "profoundly advanced" in the birthing process.
On Monday April appeared to be having contractions and "pushing", according to the Animal Adventure Park on their Facebook page.
This is reportedly April's fifth calf and the second for her and Oliver, the dad of Tajiri and the newborn.
The first live stream of its kind garnered some 1.2 million viewers and propelled April into popularity.
"Naturally, in the wild, young male giraffes leave the herd - which is called the tower - and they start their own nomadic bachelor life", Patch said.
April the giraffe's live stream has now ended.