Today is sunny and warm with a breeze out of the SW. I went out on the back deck and saw a soaring red-tail so I went inside for my camera, but he was too high for a good picture. While I was out there (maybe 5 minutes) a half-dozen other hawks soared overhead, including several broadwings, a goshawk and one or two others that I couldn't identify on sight. They were all at pretty good altitudes, and they weren't ID as threats by the songbirds, because they kept on singing. Last year when there was a nesting pair of broadwings down back, the birds would go silent when they showed up hunting.