Leaving Holkham just before our parking ticket expired, we carried on along the coast to Titchwell: as is generally the case, the car parks were already nearly full, but we managed to find a space. A glance at the blackboard in Reception (and a chat with Sue Bryan!) revealed that there was a somewhat elusive Yellow-browed Warbler around the picnic area but little else. We didn't spend too long looking for (and failing to find) the YBW, but, walking out to Parrinder Hide, enjoyed good views of a variety of waders, including six Little Stints.
After a further fruitless look for the warbler, we decided to drive back to Cley for coffee and a check of the scrapes. Here again there was little new to look at, so we called it a day and headed back to the Yare Valley.