|Still Hunt: E77|
| [Unveiled 1883]
Sculptor: Edward Kemeys 1843-1907 USA
High on an outcrop overlooking the East Drive in Central Park, no one seems to notice a panther about to pounce. Well, not a real panther, but a bronze sculpture of the wild cat named Still Hunt.
Joggers and bikers alike, generally hurry by never seeing this large cat crouching and watching their every move. Located on the edge of the Ramble, it seems fitting as a reminder of the smaller animals and birds that can be found in the Park.