Yes, there are many tropical birds, including flamingos, spoonbills, and hummingbirds, in the contiguous United States and Hawaii. In fact, I just saw a hummingbird in my yard last week.
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In addition to the birds listed by gcraig, the Tropical Parula, although rare in the U.S., can be seen in Southern Texas. It is native to Mexico, but has been known to travel over the U.S. – Mexico border (see link).
There are also parrots living in England in the nature.
The Everglades is home to the short-tailed hawk. The tropical species is found from Northern Argentina to Mexico and only exist in the U.S. in Florida. From October to late February around 50-100 hawks can be found in the park.
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