Imperial Heron

The White-bellied Heron is found in the wetlands of tropical and subtropical forests in northeast India and Myanmar. It is also spotted in Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan's sub tropical areas. The major threats the heron faces are hunting and habitat destruction .

The Imperial Heron is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

Imperial Heron, White-Bellied Heron Common Names in German: Kaiserreiher Taxonomy - * Domain: Eukaryota () - Whittaker & Margulis,1978 * Kingdom: Animalia () - Linnaeus, 1758 - animals * Subkingdom: Bilateria () - (Hatschek, 1888) Cavalier-Smith, 1983 More

The imperial heron is not a bird very known in our environment, principally because its distribution is very scanty in The Basque Country. It is a migratory bird that is fed on small vertebrates. It needs zones of marsh like Txipio and estuary of Plentzia. They are indispensable to its survive. More

The imperial heron (Ardea insignis) is a critically endangered native bird of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Myanmar. According to field surveys sited by IUCN, there are probably less than 300 adult imperial heron in the wild. The main threat to the imperial heron is the degradation and loss of forest and wetlands. This loss of habitat is due in large part to pollution. More

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Captain of the Imperial Heron Guard of Emperor Leitrim, Damas is widely regarded as the most skilled warrior in all of the empire. Unlike the dual swords used by other of the Heron Guard, Damas uses a exquisite glaive in battle. His proficiency and loyalty are unmatched. Damas also refuses to wear the heavy plate armor of the Heron Guard, preferring lighter and less restricting armor. More

Order : Ciconiiformes
Family : Ardeidae
Genus : Ardea
Species : insignis
Authority : Hume, 1878