Lonjsko Polje (the Lonja Field) national reserve is a habitat to a large stork population and also an intersection of major stork migration paths on their journey from Europe to Africa. Every year in late August thousands of storks gather here to rest before the next step the crossing of the Mediterranean sea. Therefore, the preserving of Lonjsko Polje is of great importance. Apart from storks, the field is also home to various wildlife and is especially famous for it's semi-feral bore-pig crossbreds, bred by local inhabitants.
People and nature have always lived here (together) adapting to each other in mutual respect. 
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