At Fifth Avenue, it appeared another eyass had fledged, but I couldn't be sure. It looked like only the adult female and an eyass were on the nest this evening. But I could only find Pale Male and a single fledgling in the park.
I know a sleeping eyass can hide completely from view on the nest, so I'm not sure if we had a second fledge for sure. In any case, it was nice to see the fledgling on Cedar Hill.
A "benefit" of having a young fledgling in the park was that it was mobbed by birds. The visitors included a Northern Flicker, Northern Cardinal, American Robin, Northern Mockingbird, House Finch and House Sparrow.
Update: It turns out the second fledgling had left the nest for sure when I took these photos. The third eyass fledged on Thurdsay afternoon.