Sparrowhawks are busy feeding their young chicks at present and prey is usually brought by the male to a site close to the nest, often a fallen tree or stump, where it is collected by the female. I recently sited a camera close to such a site and caught lots of great shots of this behavior.
Badgers are a favourite of mine and I often spend time unwinding after work sitting close to one of their setts watching them. A couple of handfuls of peanuts & raisins hidden under logs and stones reveals how resourcful and determined they can be when foraging, moving and turning over heavy obstacles to get at food. Below is a badger climbing a tree to reach food wedged in bark crevices.