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one other nice thing about the Cornell site are the maps they have

the first being the normal range map

but one that i use more is the sightings map - gives you a much better idea of if the bird had been in your area. 

 

and i too agree with osprey...have seen them ( individually an in pairs)  just about everywhere i have traveled...at least in the US.  They are somewhat distinctive once ID'd. The almost white head with brown eye line (paraphrased from Cornell) and the strong hooked beak.  

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