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 Never say never but many winter sightings of what appear to broadwing hawks 
turn out to be red-shoulder hawks.
  With the recent winter thaw these past few weeks many red-shoulders are up 
soaring around.The conspicous banded tail of a red-shoulder is often mistaken 
to be that of a broad-wing hawk
  Small numbers of broad-wings are often found wintering in the Everglades 
and Rio-Grande valley but the vast majority of broad-wings are down in Central 
America right now in countries like Panama,El Salvador etc,
 -Mike Brady

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