on 117 heronries in which the nests were counted in 1940 have been received at the Edward Grey Institute. As had been anticipated, this number is considerably less than in recent years and, unfortunately, the sample is not nearly so well distributed over the country as usual. From eastern England reports were very few and we received none at all from Cambs, Suffolk and the greater part of Essex a...

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