As we drove past Wells, we stopped to see if the Rough-legged Buzzard was still present: it was, but distant and shrouded in mist! We carried on westwards, eventually arriving at Titchwell. As is often the case, the path-side ditch held a confiding Water Rail, while a flock of Redpolls flitted among the Alders. A short sea-watch gave us several Long-tailed Ducks, as well as Red-breasted Merganser and Goldeneye. Thornham Harbour added two Water Pipits to the daylist, but nothing else of note.
Last stop was Burnham Market, where I enjoyed good views of the Lesser White-fronted Goose among a flock of Pink-feet: my photograph is not going to win any awards, however!