The broad-winged hawk is a small hawk of the genus Buteo. During the summer, some subspecies are distributed over eastern North America, as far west as British Columbia and Texas; they then migrate south to winter in the neotropics from Mexico.
Adult Broad-winged Hawks have reddish-brown heads, barred underparts, and broad black and white bands on the tail. The pale undersides of the wings are.
Adult light morph · Broad-winged Hawk Adult light morph Broad-winged Hawks are most easily seen during migration at hawkwatches such as Hawk Ridge.
The broad-winged hawk (Buteo platypterus) is a small hawk of the genus Buteo. During the . Adults have been known to fall to red-tailed hawks, great horned owls, bald eagles, and golden eagles. The hatchlings need 5–6 weeks before they.
Broad-winged hawks are small, stocky hawks. They are about 34 to 44 cm long and weigh to g. Their wingspan ranges from 81 to cm. Adults have.