|Look at those knobbly knees!|
|There were a few more than seven, but you get the idea!|
|There were also tufted ducks, coots, pigeons and a flock of black headed gulls|
The grass was covered in starlings ...
Then we found the Albert Monument with the Royal Albert Hall behind it.
We even managed to find an elephant and a camel in the park! They were made of stone and sat on the corners of the Albert Monument, but were still pretty cool! They represent Asia and Africa, with a bison for the Americas and a bull for Europe on the other two corners.
It may have been raining and really windy, but walking through park to get to the hall was lovely and all the wildlife was a real bonus.