One eyass fledged sometime over the last day at Washington Square Park. I discovered it on the roof of the Bobst Library late this afternoon. It had fledged sometime in the last 24 hours, most likely Sunday morning. I received word that after I left the park, the fledgling ended up on the Pless building for the night.
It's sibling is still on the nest and was fed by the parents, who seem in no rush to have it leave. Update: The second fledgling left the nest sometime before 10 am on Monday morning. Both birds were seen safely on buildings to the east of the park. One on Silver and one on Pless.