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It's not difficult to miss if one should scold you from an overhead perch along the trail as you pass through its territory. But you may get only a glimpse as it disappears through the trees. While the Broad-winged Hawk is one of the most numerous birds of prey nesting in North America, it prefers secretive nesting sites within large continuous forests. Arthur Cleveland Bent, a well-known ornithologist in the early part of this century, writes about the Broad-winged Hawk: "In May, when the tender, freshly opened oak leaves are as big as a crow's foot, when the farmer goes out to sow his corn, and when the hosts of warblers are migrating through the treetops, then may we look for the home secrets of the Broadwings.

J. Goodrich, S. C. Crocoll, and S. E. Senner, writing on the natural history of the Broad-winged Hawk, report that in Wisconsin and Minnesota, Broadwings prefer managed oak-aspen forests at least 35 to 50 years old. Northern red oak tend to dominate in nesting stands. The hawks usually built their nests in the first major crotch of deciduous trees or on a branch against the trunk of a conifer. Broadwings are complete migrants, leaving the North American continent, except for the southernmost tip of Florida, in winter.

3 miles turn right onto County Road 73 going north. 9 miles until you reach Rogers Lake Road on the right. 5 mile until you reach a gate. There is room on the side of the road here to park your car. I wouldn't encourage driving past the gate and parking further on if the gate is open. No telling who might come along will you're hiking and lock it. 8" W The hike around Rogers Lake is noteworthy for the oak-maple forest and the hilly terrain. The trails in the area are used primarily for crosscountry skiing and snowmobiling.

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