There were more Redwings at the bottom of the Parade Ground near the bandstand ...
... and eight Fieldfares, of which I managed to get six into one picture.
There were also Pied Wagtails here, but this one is on the terrace of the Dell restaurant.
The one and only Grey Wagtail was hunting along the edge of the Serpentine.
The Kingfisher was back in the dead willow tree next to the Italian Garden.
On the other side of the Italian Garden, there was a Great Spotted Woodpecker at the top of a tall plane tree.
Other regulars included the undersized Egyptian Goose, preening in its usual place near the Triangle car park ...
... and the female Little Owl in the lime tree near the Henry Moore sculpture, back after a day's absence.
This Black-headed Gull with ring number V51E is a visitor from Denmark.
Another Black-Headed Gull on the ice at the Dell restaurant was playing with a mysterious bit of orange plastic. It was only when I got home and enlarged the picture that it could be seen that it's a plastic dinosaur from the nearby Natural History Museum. I think it's a hadrosaur.
Several gulls were harassing a Pochard which had been given a potato crisp. It evaded them by diving, and ate the crisp.
A young Herring Gull was perfectly reflected in melting ice.
Some Mute Swans took off in front of the Big Bird statue at the Diana fountain.