May 1929 – vol. 22, issue 12–372 A CONSIDERABLE amount of information was sent in regarding the relations between man and the Heron. These prove to vary most strikingly in different parts of the country, or even of single counties. Taking the breeding-season first, our data make it clear that the majority of existing colonies enjoy active protection, which in a considerable number of cases is so strictly enforced that bird photo... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.