Finally we had the opportunity to visit again the very much liked Guadalhorce-Mouth!
Besides of two Purple Herons, which we only could see from very far, about 60 Little Egrets were resting at the Guadalhorce, which …
… had a hard time against the already breeding Stilts, because these won't tolerate the big Herons in their breeding area:
Three Squacco Herons didn't even dare to land near the Stilts:
Also the Black-crowned Night Heron rather stayed at a quiet place far away from all the happenings:
Isn't that beautiful?
The small Kentish Plover is shocked, as its nest neighbor is turning a round on his little islet for feeding:
"Well, keep calm, I don't want to have your eggs!" Mrs. Stilt is calming down the excited Kentish Plover couple:
But Mrs. Kentish Plover don't trust the peace and continues with her deflection maneuvers:
But a little later peace returned and both ladies continue breeding, surrounded by Curlew Sandpipers, Pied Avocets and White-headed Ducks: