Blackbird, Robin, Dunnock, Chaffinch and Stock Dove sing and a Carrion Crow calls, making gargle-like calls from a tree.
Mallards are mostly resting, most females paired with two males, as the sex ratio is very unbalanced in the park.
A Mistle Thrush feeds on the grass, oblivious to the hustle and bustle of people in the park. I get 5 m away from it and sit on a bench to take some photos. Tilting its head looking and listening for worms, and occasionally keeping an eye for aerial predators.
This one posed nicely for me.
One of the adults in summer plumage, drinking. The red spot on the bill very bright and no trace of winter speckling on the head.
An adult, 1st winter and 2nd winter.
A 1st winter individual, with no grey on the mantle and speckled brown all over.
The 2nd winter looks paler, with almost white head, and has silver feathers on the mantle.
Moorhen. I wonder if its partner is already incubating.
Feral pigeon males dance and twirl round to impress females. One handsome male, after courting a female (its mate?) and receiving an annoyed peck in return, gets on with finding suitable sticks for nest building.