Eagle Statues (page 3)

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Albany, OR
New Albany, IN
The Eagle in Albany was created by Steven Fletcher from polyurethane foam. He created several other foam statues in town including the Opossum statues and Miner and Burro. The Eagle was located at his former studio along with other foam statues which were all gone by 2023. For more, see this website.

The Eagle in New Albany is installed on a pedestal in front of the Eagle Express Car Wash Systems office. [map]

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La Crosse, WI
Sparta, WI
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Albert Lea, MN
Bald Eagle Head
Alpena, MI
This Eagle in La Crosse was installed over the entrance of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Club. The organization had been there since 1905. I don't know when the sculpture was built. In 2017, a restaurant moved into the space and the Eagle was removed.

This Eagle in Sparta stands in front of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Club. This statue may have been produced by FAST Fiberglass which is just down the road. [map]

This Eagle in Albert Lea was installed at a Home Federal Savings Bank. This photo is from 2012. By 2016, the sign and statue were gone. There is another Home Federal branch in Austin, MN that still has the eagle statue. There may be some other branches with them.

This Bald Eagle Head was built by Tom Moran in 2000. It is located in front of the Besser Museum. It was originally installed in front of the courthouse in Onaway, MI. [map]

Tampa, FL
San Francisco, CA
Greenville, CA
Lavonia, GA
This Eagle sculpture in Tampa is located in front of Eagle Metals Recycling. It appears to be made of chrome bumpers. It was installed in 2019. [map]

This Eagle sculpture in San Francisco is installed in front of the VA Medical Center. The building was constructed in 1934 and the Eagle might be from then. [map]

This Eagle sculpture in Greenville is made from recycled steel. It stood in front of the Greenville Rancheria Tribal Office which was destroyed along with most of the town in the 2021 Dixie Fire. The Eagle has been there since at least 2013. [map]

This Eagle sculpture in Lavonia replaced a fountain which had structural problems in 2021. The sculpture had been donated to the city and in storage for several years. I don't know where it came from or who the artist was. [map]

Boulder City, NV
Boulder City, NV
The first Eagles sculpture shown above is entitled "The Relationship." It was created by Sandra Messina and is made of bronze. It has been there since at least 2008. [map]

The second Eagles sculpture was created by Thomas Donalson and is named "Where Freedom Prevails." It is made of hammered stainless steel and iron and was installed around 2007. [map]

Little Rock, AR
This bronze Eagle sculpture is named the Eagle of the Rock. It is also known as the Presidential Eagle. It was created by Sandy Scott in 2004. It is installed just west of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library. [map]

Bald Eagle
Eagle, ID
This barbed wire Bald Eagle sculpture was created by Bernie Jestrabek-Hart and installed in 1991. The Eagle is one and a half times lifesize. [map]

Vallejo, CA
This 7-foot-long Eagle sculpture was originally installed in 1876 on top of a military building. It was removed in 1985, restored, and installed in this glass box next to a former Navy Administration building. [map]

More Eagles:
Ketchikan, AK
Olivia, MN
Red Lake, MN
St. Paul, MN
Wilkesboro, NC [map]
East Moriches, NY
Southampton, NY
Philadelphia, PA
Salt Lake City, UT
Richmond, VA
Lyndon, VT
La Crosse, WI
Burnaby, BC [map]
Orono, ON

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