Alison Morgan, Alison Blaney, Andrew Bloomfield, Leigh Lock and Graham White / May 2022 – vol. 115, issue 5, pp 261–274 Abstract Following a rapid range expansion into western Europe and a steep increase in the number of birds wintering in Britain, Great White Egrets bred for the first time in Britain, at the Avalon Marshes, Somerset, in 2012. By 2021, following ten years of targeted conservation action, there were 37 nesting attempts at ten separate locations, with 25 nests producing 50 fledged young. From 20... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.