I like foxies… it's sad they get brutally poisoned in my area, one can sometimes hear their screams.
One male fox managed to jump over my barbed-wire 240cm high fence a few times and bit the heads off my egg-laying birds, so I wasn't too thrilled about that however. They were kept in a separate fenced area, protected with another barbed wire fence, but he jumped over that as well.
Nevertheless, he was unusually intelligent, so have to give credit too where it counts:
To scare him off, I set up bright flashing lights inside the fenced area - instead of getting scared, he picked the lights up, carried them away from the path that he would walk and lie them down, facing away from the path.
Then, I set up a couple of smartphones playing loud 80's rock music. He picked them up and turned them around, speaker facing down. (Foxes have very sticky, thick saliva it seems - it took a while to clean the screens.)
He also would pick up some tools I had lying around, then jump up on tall things and lay the tools down. (Fox logic, I dunno. Maybe he can't stand tools laying on the moist ground and potentially rusting I suppose.)
For some reason, the prick decided to chew through my Internet LAN cable connecting my property's buildings. (There's a Firefox joke there somewhere.) I also had a live mains power cable lying around nearby, which he never touched.
I know it was a he, because I saw a flash of his nuts as he jumped over my fence, as I went barking after him to chase him off. He had staked out my large backyard so incredibly well, that I never really managed to see him.
Once he killed a rooster in broad daylight behind my back, as I was sniffing him out in my backyard (my rooster made a short warning sound and went silent, so became suspicious and checked). I never saw the fox or heard him kill the rooster, who was alive as I started my search (only saw the fox's nuts again).
I set up a fox trap with a chicken drumstick attached to the trigger, and apparently he must have convinced his stupid feral cat sidekick to the grab the bait and test the trap, instead of him.
To be honest, I hope he found a nice sexy vixen and yiffed her brains out, before getting poisoned or shot, which is almost certainly the case.
There's something sexy about blonde women who know how to handle a wolf. Makes me think they could handle my knotty feral canine meat as well.