This Broad-winged Hawk was perched on a dead tree in the middle of a small pond near our driveway. It has a very intense gaze and is probably looking for its next meal. Broad-winged Hawks are very common in their breeding territory which includes the Eastern United States and Southern Canada. They tend to flock together in the fall when they migrate. A couple of years ago, at Hawk Ridge in Duluth, Minnesota, over 100,000 migrating Broad-winged Hawks were counted in a single day.