The History of KRKA National Park

November 22, 2017 - by : Fands Media  |  Europe, National Park  |  No Comments  |  120730 Views
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Before travelling to the KRKA national park, it will be better if you know its history and basic information firstly. Truthfully, this place is one of Croatian national parks which are named after river KRKA has been enclosed. Furthermore, this park is located along middle lower course of KRKA River in around central of Dalmatia, the ŠIBENIK-KNIN county. Specifically, it is on the downstream of MILJEVCI area. This is only about some few kilometers to northeast of city of ŠIBENIK. Below is several of information that will be really useful as guideline while you are travelling to KRKA Park.

The landscape of KRKA national park

Truthfully, the KRKA national park belongs to Southern European both region of sub-Mediterranean and Mediterranean. Because of this special position and mosaic distribution of a lot of types of habitants, this place is characterized with rich and varied both fauna and flora exceptionally. There are eighty hundred and also sixty species and the subspecies of the plants which are identified within KRKA national park territory. Those include the endemic species of Illyrian-Adriatic.

For the fauna in KRKA national park, the visitors can find up to eighteen species of the fish which inhabit in KRKA River. Among them, there are ten endemic species which make the KRKA national park landmark as one of natural highest category. In this ecosystem, you can find a couple of fish that are namely as Dalmatian BARBELGUDGEON and Brown trout. There are also the patches of the reeds, the lakes that are formed along the part of river and the swamped meadows that is abound in both birds and amphibians. Besides, there are also stone quarries and thickets as home of the reptiles.

Additionally, the KRKA national park has abundance of many birds species that up to 222. Moreover, the presence of structure of bird community and spectacular significance of KRKA for both autumn and spring migration make this among others as most valuable region in Europe. In this park, there are also the numerous carnivorous birds. Some of the notable one is namely as Short-toed Eagle, Osprey, BONELLI’s Eagle, Golden Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, and Lanner Falcon. Others interested species of birds including Griffon Vulture, European Bee-eater, and Eurasian Eagle-owl.

There are also various types of mammals that can be found by the visitors in KRKA national park. The 18 bats species in this park is endangered generally or near the extinction on rest of the Europe, there is the long fingered bat, DAUBENTON’s Bat, as well as threatened European otter.

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