A flock of at least thirty Mistle Thrushes were feeding in the grass on Buck Hill.
But there were none in the rowan trees where they were yesterday. Instead, there was a small party of Blackbirds eating the berries.
A pair of Song Thrushes were hopping around a tree on the west side of the Long Water.
One of the Little Owlets near the Albert Memorial was visible. Over the last few days they have been in a small horse chestnut tree just to the west of the fallen tree trunk which lies 40 yards south of their nest tree. But these preferences seldom last long.
The female Little Owl near the leaf yard was in her nest tree.
The Black Swan's girlfriend (perhaps one should say former girlfriend) was with the adopted cygnet on the edge of the Serpentine. She is still recognisable by the dark specks on top of her head.
I think this was just a coincidence, and they didn't seem to be taking much notice of each other. She had moved away by the time the Black Swan came under the bridge from the Long Water to check that the cygnet was all right.
A Great Crested Grebe cruised quickly past the Vista carrying a fish for the chicks near the bridge.
A sunny spell brought the terrapins out to bask on the fallen horse chestnut tree in the Long Water.
There is a remarkable number of small perch in the Italian Garden ponds.
Also in the Italian Garden, a dark brown hairy caterpillar walked across the balustrade. I suppose it's some kind of arctiid moth, but can't begin to guess which one.
There was a Common Blue butterfly in the ragwort patch on the far side of Buck Hill, to the east of the West Carriage Drive that divides Hyde Park from Kensington Gardens. It perched on a bit of thistledown, scarcely disturbing the fluff.
There is a splendid video of young Carrion Crows pestering a parent on Africa Gómez' blog The Rattling Crow.