Wow - that's amazing (I'm guessing you don't live in Birmingham then
When I first moved to Lincs, buzzards were rare but are now increasingly common. Still great to see them and I always stop to look (well, obviously not if I'm driving
We get tawnies hunting the college field at the back of our house in winter and have had a barn owl out there a few times. A sparrowhawk conducts kamikaze hunting missions flying low & fast the other side of the fence before popping up and over into the garden collecting some poor unsuspecting sparrow at speed.
Deer also a lot more common now, especially the muntjac.
I love early drives to work over the Lincolnshire Wolds - we get quite a few barn owls and it's a privilege to see them hunting. So beautiful and so graceful.
As for sealife well, we get lots of seals along the coast plus the VERY common wind turbine which is breeding both on and off land
Not seen a golden eagle round here yet - possibly not quite mountainous enough
1993 Cannondale Killer V - ancient & battered like its rider.
A newish Dawes road bike called Jim and a 2004 Claud Butler Cape Wrath.