The last photo shows the scant remains of a starling after it was killed and eaten by one of the Cooper's Hawks. Other than feathers, the only parts left were the head and beak in the center of the photo. This took place in the backyard just a few feet from the feeders. Unfortunately, I wasn't home at the time so I didn't get any shots other than this one of the mess. It hasn't hurt the starling population any, either, much to my dismay.
While at my favorite heron lake early one morning, I spied these two fellow photogs on the other side of the lake. I had never seen them before. It's actually rare to see other photographers at this lake and even rarer to see big lenses. I was standing among some trees on the shoreline where it would have been difficult for these two to see me. I couldn't help but play camera sniper for a moment.