A young Grey Heron was prowling around in the Dell close to the Moorhens' nest, which was empty. Things didn't look good.
But the Moorhens were all right, a short way down the stream. There are four chicks, though they wouldn't all get into one picture.
The Tufted duckling was on the island with its mother.
The Black Swan and the cygnet were in the Lido swimming area.
Many of the Mute Swan have moved from their former hangout near the bridge to this place, leaving the Lido staff with a good deal of sweeping to do every morning before it can be used by bathers.
The female swan from the Long Water and her cygnets were waiting under the bridge ...
... while her mate cruised up the Serpentine, clearing a bunch of swans out of the way.
However, the dominant male swan of this area was on the north side of the lake looking very aggressive. There was no actual confrontation while I was there, but if the Long Water swans try to occupy the west end of the Serpentine there is going to be a serious showdown.
The Great Crested Grebe family from the island were out in the middle of the lake.
One of the grebes on the Long Water caught a small fish, but didn't bring it to the chicks. She tossed it neatly to turn it round the right way and ate it herself.
The flock of Mistle Thrushes were feeding on the patch of wood chips near the Physical Energy statue, also a popular place for Blackbirds, but I only saw them when they were flying away. Later I caught up with them at the top of Buck Hill, where some were looking for worms under the sweet chestnut trees ...
... and others were eating rowan berries.
One of the Little owlets near the Albert Memorial was in an oak tree.
They are now quite grown-up and beginning to get adult white spots on their heads. It will only be a few days before their parents drive them out to find their own territories.