Hunt by species

Chamois
Chamois is an herbivorous mammal that lives on the mountain ridges and despite its name of black (in Romanian is called the black chamois) it is yellowish brown in summer and dark brown in winter. The male’s weight is 30-50 kg and the female’s is 25-40 kg. Both sexes have persistent horns. The most common sound made by chamois is a relatively strident ”whistling” of alarming the others. Chamois has a highly developed smell and a very good hearing.

Wild boars
Wild boars are omnivorous animals with a massive general aspect and it can reach weights of more than 300kg. They prefer large deciduous forests but they can also be found in rush- beds and farmlands. The trophy is represented by the wild boar’s tusks. Tusks in the lower jaw are called weapon tusks and those in the upper jaw are called sharpener tusks and have the role to sharpen the weapon tusks. The weapon tusks are used by the boar both as weapon of defense and also as weapon of attack.

Common deer
Deer is an herbivorous animal where female can reach 150 kg and male 300 kg. The male shows horns which looses them every year, at the end of February. During mating the male pulls out a strong roar. Deer have excellent smell, good hearing and sight.

Bucks
Buck is an herbivorous animal, ruminant, with an average length of 1 - 1.30 m, height of approximately 70 cm and a weight of 25-30 kg. Sexual dimorphism is evident by the fact that the male has horns which are exuviated in autumn. Hair is often flat and smooth, reddish in summer and gray in winter. Longevity is appreciated to 12-15 years, after the age of 8 years entering in setback. The most developed senses of buck are smell and hearing.

Bears
Bear is a very powerful animal belonging to Ursidos family. The Romanian Brown Bear - regarded by many biologists as sub-species not yet registered - has a body up to 2.5 m length, a height up to 1.5 m and a maximum weight of 600 kg. Brown bears have a thick fur, much appreciated, with two rows of hairs, ear and lint. Although the basic color is brown-fawn, the variations are particularly large, from reddish to almost black bears. Some specimens show white spots on the neck, sometimes forming a real collar.

Wolves
Wolf is a robust and supple animal, long up to approx. 1.5 m plus a tail of up to about 0.8 m. The weight is variable usually between 25 and 50 kg in some cases reaching 70-75 kg. The fur is gray brown with multiple variations depending on biotope and season. Its most developed senses are hearing and sight being able to hunt well both at night, its favorite hunting time, and also during day or twilight and dawn.

Foxes
Fox is an animal that adapts very easily in all conditions. The only factor influencing fox is the ground. Fox needs a good ground to build its burrow; it prefers forested areas without groundwater near the earth's surface. It builds burrow with pleasure and around abandoned buildings, agricultural territories, in tree hollows or in rush-bed.