As you know, the founder of The National Parks Of Croatia Award (known as 9ANP Award) is Zagreb Amateur Radio Society (ZARS), but Award is managed by Radio Club Croatian Flora Fauna (RK HFF). To check do you can drew some of 3 levels of this beautiful award, look here: http://www.9a.parks.sova-projekt.hr/Awards .
There are 264 winners of 9ANP Award in this moment. The last winners are: Željko Toussaint, 9A6ST (July 28) and Roberto Pietrelli, IZ5CMG (July 28).
Data base contains 114 logs with 24184 QSO’s (July 29, 2017.)
9ANP Award Manager: Franjo, 9A2MF
Current President of Zagreb Amateur Radio Society: Emil, 9A9A
All programs Manager: Emir, 9A6AA
Good to know:
Croatia has eight national parks: Brijuni, Kornati, Krka, Mljet, Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes, Risnjak and North Velebit. Their total area is 994 km²; 759 km² is land and 235 km² is water. The most popular Croatian National Parks are Plitvice Lakes, followed by Krka, Brijuni and Paklenica. The Croatian law on the preservation of nature defines national parks as one of the eight types of protected areas of nature. Another notable category is a nature park, of which there are eleven. Each of the national parks is maintained by a separate institution, overseen and funded by the government ministry of nature conservation and spatial development.
Marking the 10th anniversary of the Zagreb Amateur Radio Society and the 50th anniversary of the Croatian national parks, Zagreb Amateur Radio Society has launched a diploma National Parks. In addition to marking these anniversaries, the goal is to open up these Croatian natural beauties to domestic and foreign radio operators, and encourage them to visit the national parks of Croatia. The diploma includes all Croatian national parks.