A shower of sleet in the morning didn't stop a pair of Egyptians from displaying and making the usual raucous din.
The female Little Owl near the Albert Memorial also ignored the weather.
Later the sun came out for a while, but the strong chilly wind kept up, and ruffled this Robin beside the Long Water.
On the other side of the Long Water, the Kingfisher was visible, though the light was poor at this time and it was hard to get a picture at this distance.
A Jay came out of the bushes to apply for a peanut.
Two Feral Pigeons were fighting under the feeder in the Rose Garden.
The local Dunnock sheltered behind a leaf till it was over.
A stripped pigeon caracase near the Dell restaurant showed that the notorious Lesser Black-Backed Gull and his mate had breakfasted. She was having a rest while she digested another heavy meal. When he turned towards her, the wind picked up his feathers.
The Diana fountain, deserted by people in the foul weather, was full of Herring Gulls looking for worms, drinking, washing, and looning about.
Customers at the Triangle snack bar have to run the gauntlet of an increasing number of Mute Swans.
The Pochard-Tufted Duck hybrid was on one of the ponds in the Italian Garden.
On the lake below, two Shoveller drakes were bobbing their heads to try to attract a female. A fight broke out.
When the winner swam over to the female she was not impressed, and shooed him away.