March 1953 – vol. 46, issue 3–103 (Edward Grey Institute, Oxford). THE number of heronries on which reports for 1952 were received at the Edward Grey Institute was 197, or 7 more than in the previous year. Of these 151 were in England, 8 in Wales, 14 in Scotland and 24 in Ireland. The Rev. P. G. Kennedy has again supplied figures for 16 heronries in 7 counties of Eire, G. H. Gush for 19 in Devon, R. Chislett for 6 in Yorkshire, G.... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.