Sadly, we had places to be so my time at the hawk watch was all of 7 minutes. I did manage this composite of a soaring Broad-winged Hawk, however, before leaving.
The woods behnid the Marshland Museum were fairly quiet until a large flock of White-throated Sparrows moved through. A short time later a large flock of Myrtle (Yellow-rumped) and Palm Warblers moved through. Among them was a single female Western Tanager. Note the reddish bill, and whitish lower wingbar and hint of a yellowish upper wingbar. Both Scarlet and Summer Tanagers lack wingbars. Thanks to Andy Johnson for pointing this out!