Sunday, October 30, 2016

Bald Eagle (not a live bird/critter - BUT meaningful)

This impressive eagle statue was created by James Seaman and can been seen on the north end of Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge near the New York State Thruway. The eagle has a 21 foot wingspan and was installed to commemorate 40 years of the bald eagle program at Montezuma.

Eagles commonly fly alone. 
- John Webster 

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More interpretations of Art at Photo Sunday.


  1. Hello, I love the pretty eagles statues. It is an impressive pose. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

  2. Gorgeous sculpture! Very meaningful indeed!

  3. Oh my goodness...this is incredible!!! We have a massive heron statue by one of our wetland parks, but this eagle tops it by 10000000 percent!!

    Thank you for sharing this with us birders this week at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

  4. Eagles of all forms and materials are just great!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

  5. That is a very imposing piece of art.