Conservation

In order to safeguard the White-bellied Heron for the future a range of interventions are needed from exploring the potential of captive breeding, to engaging local communities, and identifying wild populations and better understanding their behaviour.

In the longer-term, overarching threats, including climate change, human population increase and models of development will also need to be better understood and addressed.

For more information on required actions, see the Species Conservation Strategy (coming soon).

Jainy Kuriakose

Jainy Kuriakose

Or see the following links to understand more on current and needed conservation interventions:

Organisations

Research

Awareness raising/community engagement

Captive breeding

Protection

Why Conserve the Species and why follow the Species Conservation Strategy

By Simon Stuart, IUCN SSC Chair