A Redwing visited the rowan trees on Buck Hill.
The female Blackcap was also there. They eat berries as well as insects, but so far I haven't been able to catch her with one.
The Nuthatches in the leaf yard were coming down for their usual snacks. This one is in a typical Nuthatch pose, facing down but looking up.
The Blue Tits were also very hungry on a cold morning.
A couple of Jays turned up and were rewarded with peanuts.
Two Grey Wagtails flew past Peter Pan, and one of them landed on a post.
If you sit at an outside table at the Lido restaurant you are besieged by Starlings. These people were not feeding them, and indeed tried to shoo them away from time to time, but they always came back.
A gang of Carrion Crows mobbed what at first sight we thought was a Common Buzzard over the Long Water. Sorry, this is a terrible photograph, as the event took me by surprise and I didn't get the camera focused in time for a closer view.
Update: Opinion is that it's a Red Kite, not a Buzzard. Hard to be sure from this picture.
A Cormorant was washing by the Serpentine island.
A young Great Crested Grebe was fishing under the platform of Bluebird Boats. Fish collect in the shade of the platform, believing themselves to be safe, but you're never safe from a grebe.
The white -- or rather, cream coloured -- Mallard was poking around some floating dead leaves.
Common Gulls are slightly too large to perch securely on the buoys at the Lido, which tend to tip over so that they have to flap to keep their balance.
The Black-Headed Gull on the right of this group has a plastic ring coded E2RZ. It's a Dutch gull and returns to the Serpentine every year.