Seven cygnets have been born at Capstone Country Park.
Trail cameras were placed near the nest and have spotted mother pen with her seven babies.
The first of seven eggs, which is the maximum number of eggs a female swan can lay, hatched at about 4.30am on May 13.
The park's ranger team had placed the cameras in advance and managed to capture the first clear shot of the cygnets at 7.10pm a couple of days later.
Staff at the Chatham park said it has been a long and sleepless few days for mum and dad.
The pair have been awake over the last few nights and once hatched, the little baby swans immediately went straight for a quick swim.
People have been advised to give the swans space and respect, as they are highly protective of their babies and can get irritated if approached.