April 1943 – vol. 36, issue 11–208 THE number of heronries concerning which reports for 1942 have been received at the Edward Grey Institute was only 90, of which only 2 were in Scotland, only 4 in Wales and none in south-east England. Major A. W. Boyd again collected statistics for nearly all known heronries in CheshÃÂ¤re and south Lancashire, Mr. R. Chislett for most of those in Yorkshire and the Rev. P. G. Kennedy for 16 si... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.