WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) is one of the world’s largest and most reputable independent conservation organizations, with nearly five million supporters and a global network active in more than a hundred countries.WWF representatives paid a working visit to Croatia, and ended their acquaintance with our nature and its value by visiting the Krka National Park.We invited our esteemed colleagues to get acquainted with the natural values in whose conservation we participate, and who met with our local partners, heard about our work in the field and I hope, through a visit to these wonderful parks, understand the purpose of our office in a large network WWF, said Deni Porej, director of WWF Adria and added: “After rafting on the Zrmanja and visiting the Nature Park “Telašćica”, getting acquainted with our freshwater and sea programs, for the story of the rest of our program we went to the National Park “Krka” to talk about protected area management, education, wildlife protection, sustainable tourism and many topics for which we see a good perspective in our region”, Concludes Porej.WWF directors from Finland and Austria and the Mediterranean and European Policy Programs; WWF program directors from Poland, Greece, the Netherlands, Italy and Sweden; The main international representative of the WWF freshwater program and the director of the freshwater program from WWF USA, as well as the director of the fundraising department from WWF International are delighted with the natural, historical and cultural wealth of Croatia, especially the human fish, our endemic species were seen in a cave in the Krka National Park.”We are very pleased to have the opportunity to meet people from the profession, for whom nature protection and sustainable management of protected areas are fundamental tasks, exchange experiences and knowledge and present the National Park ‘Krka’, its rich natural and cultural heritage, but also the direction of management. At the Krka National Park Public Institution, we strive to establish a balance between nature protection and the organization of visiting methods, with a strong emphasis on education, primarily for children, and cooperation with the local population. I believe we are a positive example in this”, Said the director of the Public Institution” National Park Krka “mr. sc. Krešimir Šakić.With a regional office in Zagreb, WWF Adria operates in eight countries in our region, from Slovenia to Albania, and as part of the WWF network of more than a hundred offices around the world. WWF is one of the world’s largest and most reputable independent nature conservation organizations, with nearly five million supporters and a global network active in more than a hundred countries. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the earth’s natural environment and build a future in which people live in harmony with nature, preserving the world’s biodiversity and ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, promoting pollution reduction and wasteful consumption.