OBOL- Many thanks to those that provided feedback on the Hawk photos I posted yesterday. The consensus is that the bird is a juv (1-yr old) Broad-winged Hawk.
Specific features to separate imm Broad-winged from imm Red-shouldered were discussed by several people. I think it would be instructive for OBOLites to read some of that discussion.
Dave Irons provided the most concise outline (used here with permission): Hi Barry, Looks like a one-year old juvenile Broad-winged Hawk to me. Red-shouldered and Broad-winged are really the only options and it lacks the extensive white in the folded flight feathers and coverts that should be seen on a Red-shouldered at this age. On Red-shouldered the dark tail bands are typically broader than the light tail bands. The broader terminal dark band on the tail favors Broad-winged as well. Nice find!
Aaron Skirvin graciously provided a photo of imm Red-shouldered Hawk for comparison.