The pickings, as it were. They had been moved from the plucking area (separate post).
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Interesting observations Simon, Ive added a similar thing here-
This is the first successful Sparrowhawk attack I've seen. I've seen three others, all failures - two blackbirds, and a group of redpoll, siskin etc gathered around feeders.
I've quite often seen piles of feathers, but this is the first time I can say for sure that I know WHODUNNIT!
I once saw a sparrowhawk rush over a back garden I was in, across a small field and then through a hole on a large hedge -at great speed. No sooner had it passed through the gap in the hedge than there was an explosion of racing pigeons on the other side. I wasnt aware of the presence of the pigeon loft behind the hedge but the hawk did and seemed to be using surprise attack tactics. Very impressive.
It seems to like your garden for a hunting ground!
At about 16:10 it returned and had another go at the carcase. Ate a bit, flew up into tree, then off.
Lat/Lng: 51.9577, -0.2561
OS grid ref: TL199302