There was still a good deal of activity around the rowan trees on Buck Hill. A Great Spotted Woodpecker was in the top of a neighbouring tree ...
... and so was the male of the resident pair of Chaffinches.
A Mistle Thrush was picking up fallen rowan fruit from the grass.
A Goldfinch had found a single withered fruit and was extracting the seeds.
A Magpie had found more fruit on the little remnant of the fourth tree which was cut down.
Near the Lido, another Magpie had been bathing and was preening its soaking wet feathers.
Two Nuthatches were visible in the leaf yard.
A Coal Tit struck a heroic pose more suitable for an eagle.
The original pigeon-eating pair of Lesser Black-Backed Gulls had moved up the Serpentine to the Triangle car park, and were sharing a pigeon.
Near the Dell restaurant, a young Herring Gull was finishing off the last scraps from one of their previous kills. But there was something more interesting on the shore ...
... a tennis ball, with which it had a long and enjoyable game.
This Cormorant is now almost always on the broken fence of the reed raft where the Mute Swans' nest was. It is an insecure perch, but the bird is now used to balancing on it, and can preen without falling off.
The female Little Owl was looking out of the oak tree near the Albert Memorial.