No, they are not the NotAGoshawk. These are either Cooper's or sharp shinned hawks. I was sitting outside the other evening when a hawk swooped in and landed on a tree branch with a dead dove in his claws. He ate about 1/3 of it and left the rest on the branch, a few minutes later another hawk flew past with a dead dove and tossed it into a nest and left it. There was already at least one other dove in there, I could see the tail feathers. I've been watching and the doves are still there, uneaten. Yesterday, another hawk swooped in and narrowly missed another dove, so they are still hunting. Is this normal for hawks to just kill, but not eat their prey? Or will they eventually eat the rotted birds?