Opportunities for hunting in Romania
Situated in the south-east of Europe, Romania has a temperate-continental climate and a very diversified relief, starting from the altitudinal point of view of the Black Sea level until the high of the Carpathia Mountains.
The haggard payable area (23,5 thousands ha from which 6,3 thousands ha of forest), divided into 2.200 hunting funds, offers natural conditions which are very favorable for a habitat of over 30 mammal species and over 50 bird species of hunting interest.
The haggard fauna, entirely wild, having a distinguished vigor and an exceptional quality of the trophies, through the variety of the hunting species, practically assures a permanent season of hunting.
The bear and the chamois hunting, situates Romania in the first place in Europe.