On our edge of the estate, several gardens have bird feeders of one sort or another.
However, you cannot choose your wildlife - this bird was feeding in our garden yesterday.
The photo is blurred, as it was taken through an upstairs window, on maximum zoom, and the bird was sitting in the shadow of the aucuba. If the bird hadn't moved, I wouldn't have seen it. But it was tearing at something with its hooked beak. A movement from a hundred wildlife films.
When it flew away, I went to see what was left. Not a scrap of flesh, bone, or even beak or foot. Only feathers.
Not sure, but it might have been a pigeon that the sparrowhawk ate.