A couple of dozen Redwings were hopping about the fresh topsoil on the Parade Ground, often finding worms.
Again, there was just one Pied Wagtail here, but more in their favoured hunting grounds around the Serpentine.
There were several small flocks of Long-Tailed Tits. The picture has a pleasantly springlike background, but I suppose it's an evergreen tree.
A Blue Tit in the leaf yard was looking bright in the sunshine.
Near the Dell, a Carrion Crow hauled out most of the contents of a rubbish bin on to the grass and shook the last crumbs from a crisp packet.
Three Grey Herons landed uncomfortably close to each other on the gravel bank at the Vista. The dominant one on the left fluffed itself up aggressively, and the other two crept away to an unchallenging distance.
On the left, three foxes were basking in the sunshine. One came down to the lake to drink. This fine picture was taken by Tom.
On the right, a Little Grebe could just be seen under a distant bush.
A Coot on the Serpentine instinctively collected a leaf, remembered that it hadn't built a nest yet, and dropped it.
Two Cormorants visited the Italian Garden at different times and hunted for fish under the fountains. Neither stayed long. They aren't catching much here now, and have probably more or less fished the ponds out.
There were two Gadwalls in one of the ponds.
A young Herring Gull on the Serpentine found a stick and carried it away. It was promptly chased by a Common Gull, which wanted the stick simply because another gull had it.
The female Little Owl near the Albert Memorial enjoyed the morning sunshine.
When a stiff breeze got up later, she went back into her hole.
The wind was too much for some people in pedalos, who had to be rescued from the impervious horrors of a leeward shore (William Falconer, The Shipwreck).