The mega SPECTACLED WARBLER was picked up singing and showing well atop a bush after a brief search at Burnham Overy. It was a reasonable walk from the road through the brackish lagoons. A really fine plumaged male bird. Happy me. Sadly I didn't get a photograph, but there's loads on the internet.
It was seen around 400m from this sign
A churring Nightjar from bushes just off the beach was a real surprise. Also seen at the site were Bearded Tit, Grey Partridge, and Little Tern from the beach.
Onto Titchwell, the reserve was relatively quiet birdwise, but still plenty around with the highlights being two Greenshank, flocks of Bar-Tailed and Black-Tailed Godwit, Avocet in abundance, a single Turnstone, three Marsh Harrier, and at least two pairs of Red-Crested Pochard with young. On the sea, flocks of Common Eider and Common Scoter rested upon the waves, a single Fulmar, and three Barnacle Goose (of unknown origin) flew through.
Common Dor Beetle