DYNAMICS OF WILD ANIMALS POPULATIONS FOR HUNTING FROM 50 BANLOC ARIA, FOREST DISTRICT LUNCA TIMIŞULUI, IN 2007-2011 PERIOD
D. Dronca, N. Păcală, I. Bencsik, C. Pascal, Mihaela Ivancia, M. Matiuti, R. Popa, Adela Marcu, Ada Cean, A. Oprea, Liliana Boca
Romania integration in EU, impose a special attention on hunting animals populations. The aim of the present paper is to study the quantitative evolution of the hunting population for 13 breeds, in the period 2007-2011, in the hunting terrain 50 Banloc, from Forest Domain - Lunca Timisului, with an total area of 11,148 ha. The conclusion was that the numeric evolution of the studied breeds is normal, keeping a balance between populations as a result of natural and artificial selection. It was also noticed that there is a good correlation between the numbers of individuals from the studied breed and the biogenic capacity of the studied hunting fund.
Key words: hunting animals, hunt population, cynegetic