Another two Common Gulls have arrived on the Serpentine, and adult and a first-year bird beginning to grow its pale grey feathers.
The one on the Round Pond was looking elegant on the solar panel.
A Black-Headed Gull was eating a Wren in the Italian Garden. Judging by the state of the unfortunate bird, it had been dead for a while before the gull found it.
The younger Great Crested Grebe chicks on the Serpentine are still pestering their parents for food. The parent felt that it could do its own fishing now, and chased it away.
A pair of Pied Wagtails were running around on the roof of Bluebird Boats, calling to each other. The female looked over the edge for a moment.
A Blackbird beside the Long Water had a choice of blackberries and holly berries, and chose blackberries.
Several more were feeding in the rowan tree on Buck Hill.
A Blue Tit was looking for insects in the Rose Garden.
So was a Robin, not worried by some formidable thorns.
A clump of pampas grass in the garden had attracted a greenbottle fly.
A few more Jays are beginning to come out after their task of burying acorns and nuts for the winter.
The male Little Owl near the leaf yard was looking out of his hole during a sunny spell.