Went out looking for Goshawks this afternoon in the woods.  We're just entering Goshawk mating display season.  I saw one, no displaying though. 

Interesting that this is a different Goshawk to the one I photographed last weekend.  Last weekend's was a juveile (streaky chest rather than barred).  This is an adult.  Can be difficult to distinguish from a female Sparrowhawk.  However, key features to note on this one are the wide hips, chunky talons and faded and faint barring on the secondary flight feathers.  You only see this fading on the adult Goshawk.  Female Sparrowhawk has clear bars on secondary flight feathers.