Afternoon commuters on Friargate got their own personal Autumnwatch as a bird of prey feasted on a pigeon.
A Sparrowhawk swooped down by Richer Sounds and feasted on its prey.
Andrew Lawless was sitting in his car nearby on Wednesday and snapped the bird.
He said: “On taking a double look I was surprised to see a bird of prey quite happily tucking into a freshly caught pigeon.
“Unfortunately due to a lot of bewildered passes by the bird flew off to the front of the building opposite, no doubt waiting till it quietened down. What a sight!”
Peregrine falcons are known to be hunting in the city, using the spire of St Walburge’s church as their base.
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