That B....y Sparrowhawk attacked a Starling today. We came around a corner of the house and surprised it. It had the Starling facedown on the floor and was pulling its feathers out . It let go and flew off. We tried to pick up the Starling but it fluttered under the hedge out of reach. We get watch over it for a couple of hours during which time that horrid thing came back twice trying to get it. We scared it off. Eventually Starling came out of the hedge and we caught it. It's been literally plucked and there was some blood on my fingers but very light. Not sure if it's from the plucking or another injury. I didn't want to stress it further by handling it too much. . Poor little bean is very shocked. Got it in a pet carrier in a quiet room. The wildlife rescue here is over stretched but they say what I am doing is the right course of action and to wait and see if it makes it through the night. Is there anything else I can do?