The Riverside Park Conservancy shared a Tweet about a bald eagle sighting this afternoon! It was spotted in the woodland area, which is located between 108th and 116th Streets.
Our Gardeners were downright giddy about seeing this Bald eagle near the woodland today pic.twitter.com/6s1P1UFMyC
— Riverside Park Conservancy (@RiversideParkNY) January 21, 2020
Manhattan Bird Alert also shared a Tweet of the magnificent bird from a more front-and-center angle:
Bald Eagle adult in trees in Riverside Park near train grates at about 113th Street. ?: @UKAnyc pic.twitter.com/nSgW1ksHIS
— Manhattan Bird Alert (@BirdCentralPark) January 21, 2020
As I am writing this, I’m wondering why the Tweets haven’t gone more viral. But I’m sure a media frenzy will soon ensue.
And hopefully more eagles will decide to show up.
Let these exciting animal sightings of yesterday fuel you through the work week and put a smile on your face …
- The Blue Heron of Central Park
- The Mandarin Duck
- Egg Roll Squirrel and Avocado Squirrel
- That Cat and Parrot Who Hang Out Together …
Featured images c/o Riverside Park Conservancy