There are some good reasons which could disturbe the idyll at the Guadalhorce-mouth.
The Stilts are the first who alarm with their wings and loud warning calls the rest of the Birds world!
This time it's a male Marsh harrier who frightens a flock of Starlings:
Or the Osprey - in the background on a post - just overflew the lagoon and caused an excitement:
But the shrieks of the Stilts didn't find an end, when the Fox appeared:
And, instead, like all the others did, to get into safety, they flew raging attacks agaist him and
stood up to him bravely:
"Well, than I try to get the Grey heron!" the Fox was thinking:
But he fled terrified, while
the Stilts continued to clamour and finally drove off the Fox: