STUDY REGARDING THE QUANTITATIVE EVOLUTION OF THE WILD ANIMALS POPULATIONS FOR HUNTING FROM 17 NADĂŞ AREA, FOREST DISTRICT TIMISOARA, IN 2006-2010 PERIOD
D. Dronca, N. Păcală, I. Bencsik, A. Oprea, C. Pascal, Mihaela Ivancia, Gabi Dumitrescu, Ada Cean, Alexandra Ivan, Liliana Boca
Integration of the Romania in the UE, is imposing a special attention to hunting animals populations. The aim of the present paper is to study the quantitative evolution of the hunting population for the 13th species, in the period 2006-2010, in the hunting terrain 17 Nadas, from Forest Domain - Timisoara, with an total surface of 9325 ha. The conclusion was that the numeric evolution of the species studied is normal, keeping a balance in between populations as a conclusion of natural and artificial selection. It was also noticed that there is a good correlation between the numbers of individuals from the species studied and the biogenic capacity of the hunting fond studied.