Earlier this morning, I saw the Greater Roadrunner again as I was checking out the back on my House Sparrow trap. Much to my surprise and excitement, I saw the roadrunner again at my brush pile, only this time with a meal in its beak! It had picked off a female House Sparrow in the brush pile!! I couldnt believe it. So in addition to the sparrow trap, I have nature also helping me reduce the HOSP population. I quickly scrambled to get my camera and big lens and rushed out to the back yard. The roadrunner was running away from me, (to no surprise), but it finally found a place to enjoy its meal in my neighbors back yard. I fired off quite a few frames at a distance of about 25 or 30 yards as it was plucking the feathers of its victim. So I can now confirm that the neighborhood roadrunner is indeed eating well, and this cold weather isnt phasing it one bit it would appear.