The Coot nest on the basket near the bridge has seven eggs in it. Virginia told me about this and sent an excellent picture.
When I went past later all was still well, but the hungry gulls are circling.
Sadly, they have taken two of Blondie's goslings and she only has three now.
Update: this is wrong -- passing later, Kim Fletcher found all five alive and well. Heaven knows where they were when I went by.
The families at the Lido and on the Round Pond are still all right, and here are the four goslings on the pond, huddled in the chilly breeze.
The family on the Vista were hidden in the plants and it was impossible to see how many they had.
The Canada Geese that were exploring the reeds near the Italian Garden have decided to nest there.
A Moorhen was making an exceptionally foolish attempt to build a nest on one of the fountains.
A Mallard was preening near the Lido. It's at times like this that you realise what complicated things wings are.
There were three Carrion Crows close together in a treetop beside the Serpentine. A fourth thought it would be fun to land in the middle of them.
A Jay waited in a blossoming tree for me to give it a peanut.
A Magpie was also in a floral setting on one of the rafts at the east end of the lake.
This is one of the Mistle Thrushes nesting in a plane tree beside Rotten Row.
A Blue Tit was looking very fine in the Rose Garden.
A pair of Long-Tailed Tits were bouncing around in the bushes on the east side of the Long Water.
A Pied Wagtail was hunting beside the Serpentine.
A Wren sang from a standpipe in the Dell.
It was too chilly and windy to suit Little Owls, but eventually the female near the Albert Memorial looked out of her hole for a couple of minutes.