"The Kestrel or Sparrow Hawk is the smallest North American falcon."
While the Golden is the largest raptor in NA. Now all she has to do is fill in the gap - I give her a few weeks at this rate. :-)
I grew up in FL watching the Ospreys fish while I fished, so I was happy when I learned they had them here on the west coast. I even saw a nesting pair on the Salmon river in Idaho. I guess fish eagles, especially the Bald eagle which seems to be everywhere, really get around.
When you get into bird collecting you can get into serious obsessive territory. I wonder if anyone has claimed a "big year" record for number of species caught on a trail cams. It would probably annoy traditionalist but seem like it has to be something in the digital age. Not sure what the rules would be, but most species caught from a single fixed camera might be an interesting record. You could become famous - at least amongst bird-nerds.
Then I suppose the supper-crazed folks would "chum" for them - throw bags of bird seed in front of the trail cam on one day, and then a dead deer carcass on on another.