Most hawks do migrate, many from North America down to parts of South America. However, according to one organization, in some species an entire population might not migrate, as some will stay on the breeding grounds while the others go south. Also, there are certain species that do not migrate at all. These broad winged hawks live in parts of Florida and the Caribbean year-round.
Some hawk species migrate while others do not. The Red-tailed Hawk migrates from Alaska and Canada to the Southern Great Plains. Within each species, some hawks, especially older ones, choose not to migrate.
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