The worst weather day of our week away was the Monday, and we opted to go to RSPB Titchwell so we could take refuge in the hides if necessary. By the time we arrived, though, it had stopped raining, though it remained gloomy and windy the rest of the day.
And onwards, towards the Island hide which overlooks the fresh marsh. Out on the water were plenty of Avocets, including good numbers of part-grown chicks, plus Shelducks and other wildfowl. Numerous Swifts were hawking low over the water, accompanied by a few hirundines.
It was really dark and grey by now. We walked back, noting the Little Gull again, Shovelers and Tufties on the fresh marsh, and the odd Reed Warbler. Rob also saw a Weasel skitter across the path - I missed it, and it didn't respond to my mouse impressions.