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- n. Plural form of broadwing.
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Two broadwings-from Fourth Wing West, by their wingtip markings'stooped down on her.
Also look for broadwings wheeling above the treetops.
Rather than risk going out over large bodies of water, where these upwellings may not occur, broadwings usually follow the shorelines of the Great Lakes and the coasts.
Of course the main purpose of being there is to look at raptors, but sometimes I find the watchers more interesting than the watched, especially when the broadwings were passing through.