The solid red cap shows that it is a juvenile.
Having a rest, before moving up and going into a trance.
Woodpigeons are always on hand to hover up under the feeders.
We lost most of our House Sparrows a few years ago, as did many areas. When we saw one or two back in the garden we set up a feeding station right nest to the house in a pyracanthus bush that the Sparrows had been using. At first they were quiteshy when we went out of the door.Now they just sit there. I did fill up their large fatball feeder a couple of days ago, but already it is well down. This is due to the fact that quite uninvited a female Blackbird now spends much of her time on the feeder.