Eagles, Group of Eight

Eagles

These eight fierce eagles guard the grounds of the Central Park Zoo. Carved by the New York firm Rochette and Parzini, the granite eagles originally perched on the piers of a bridge in Bay Ridge. When the First Avenue overpass was demolished in 1941, the eagles left the streets of Brooklyn and were installed in this lively animal sanctuary.

Location

East Side at 64th Street

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