The male Little Owl at the leaf yard was on his usual perch.
After few minutes he went back into his hole. Shortly afterwards a Rose-Ringed Parakeet arrived in the tree and incautiously started looking into the hole.
There was a brief flurry of movement and the parakeet left at top speed, screeching.
His mate was in the next tree, getting bored. She yawned ...
... stretched ...
... and called to her mate, and they had a little duet to pass the time.
A young Herring Gull near the Serpentine island was carrying a leaf around. It wasn't playing with it. It seemed rather like a child vaguely clutching a teddy bear.
A Jackdaw perched on an urn in the Italian Garden, eating a peanut I had given it.
Finding this a bit dry, it flew down to a duckboard in a pond and had a drink.
A young Great Crested Grebe caught a crayfish.
The young heron that has been hanging around the Dell restaurant is gradually working up its nerve for a frontal assault on the tables.
There are only a few berries in the yew trees this year. A Blackbird was making the most of them in the tree next to the bridge.
This is the first rabbit I've seen for a couple of months. They have been badly hit by myxomatosis, and probably also by hungry foxes bringing up families. This one seemed healthy enough, but then it started trying to climb the Henry Moore sculpture, so I'm not so sure about its sanity.