Hunting Association “Hajduk Veljko-Petrović 1896 – Negotin” – Asociaţia Pro-Mehedinţi

Thematic route: Bountiful Nature Route

Name of attraction: Hunting Association “Hajduk Veljko-Petrović 1896 – Negotin”

Location: Hunting Association “Hajduk Veljko-Petrović 1896 – Negotin”, District Bor, 19 300 Negotin, street: Stanka Paunovića 5

Description: Hunting Association “Hajduk Veljko-Petrović 1896 – Negotin” in Negotin, founded in March 1896, is one of the oldest in the Republic and is one of the founders of the Hunting Association of Serbia.
It gathers 650 members, organized in 14 subsidiaries with 39 sections. It has won many awards for this field of activity, for its hard work and management. The association has organized professional hunting services, with 8 full-time employees of the appropriate professional profile (hunting manager, technical secretary, 5 game wardens and traders). The Association devotes special attention to hunting tourism, in order to promote hunting and strengthening the material base of the Association. The results so far have been mainly seen in the shoots of large game, roe deer and deer, but given the game situation in the hunting ground, there is a possibility to get results when it comes to small game and organized hunting of wild boar, jackal and wolf. There is an average of 10 reindeer in hunting tourism annually, all materialized in medals, and about 150 roe deer, while the realistic opportunities are twice as large. The percentage of taxpayers from the total hunting tourism association’s income is of about 30%. One of the ways of earning incomes is to sale, on the market, the meat obtained from the game hunting and the annual offer is of about 10 tons. The Hunting Association has a modern industrial pheasant preserve, with a capacity of 15,000 pheasant chickens. About 5 000 adult pheasants are introduced into their own hunting ground annually. The Association manages the hunting ground “Negotinska Krajina” and it is located on the border with Romania and Bulgaria. Hunting area covers an area of 96.423 ha. The forests cover an area of 32.202 ha (mainly woods of oak, ash, acacia and beech). Meadows and pastures cover an area of 22.816 ha, farming land covers an area of 37.972 ha and other types of land cover an area of 3.433 ha.

Information and contacts:
President: Zoran Mitanovic

mobile phone: +381 69 624 997

telephone numbers of the Association:
+381 19 511 660
+381 63 417 238
E-mail: luhvpetrovic1896@mts.rs

Manager of the Hunting ground “Negotinska Krajina”: Slobodan Kastratovic, BA in Forestry

Mobile phone: +381 65 995 5991

Close to other thematic tourist routes:

-The Complex of Stevan Mokranjac memorial house

-Museum of Krajina

-Konak kneza Todorceta (Museum of Hajduk Veljko Petrović)

-Memorial room of Djordje Stanojevic

-Old Church in Negotin

-The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

-The must-visit places in the vicinity are:

-The Monasteries Bukovo and Koroglas

-The Hydro-power plant “Djerdap 2”

-The Hunting grounds of Srbijašume

-Rajac and Rogljevo wine cellars

Other useful information: Hunting association “Hajduk Veljko-Petrović 1896 – Negotin” has two official premises in the city, a hunting lodge of 300 square meters, an industrial modern refrigerator of 36 m3, as well as a large number of hunting-technical and hunting-breeding facilities in the hunting ground (high checks, feeding sites, baskets, etc), off-road vehicles and other equipment necessary for the successful operation of the Association. Altitude of the hunting ground “Negotinska Krajina”, which is managed by the Hunting Association “Haiduk Veljko Petrovic – 1896 – Negotin” is from 32 to 546 meters, depending on whether it is a plain or hilly part.The climate is moderately continental since the hunting ground is in the Central European climate zone. The average summer temperature is 23.2 degrees celsius, and the precipitation is of 714 mm per year. The abundance of the fauna and other natural and environmental characteristics, enabled the ideal conditions for the growth and development of all types of game.The hunting ground is technically and in terms of breeding equipped, with high waiting points, feeding points, water and salt points, trails and other things. The hunting ground has all-terrain vehicles and professional guides as part of the Professional Service that has 10 members. It also owns a hunting lodge that can accommodate up to 6 hunters in the boarding house.

CALENDAR OF HUNTING SEASON AND CLOSED SEASON FOR GAME IN HUNTING GROUND “HAIDUK VELJKO”

The regulation was published in the “OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA” No.75/10 from 20thOCTOBER 2010

# SPECIES

 

Serbian name

SPECIES

 

Scientific name

SEX

 

OF THE GAME

DURATION OF THE HUNTING SEASON
MAMMALIA-MAMMALS
1. Chamois  Rupicapra rupicapra He-goat 1. 7 – 31. 1.
She-goat and offspring 1. 9 – 31. 1.
2.  Mouflon Ovis musimon Mouflon ram 1. 1 – 31.12.
Mouflon eweand mouflon offspring 1.10 – 31. 1.
3. Roe deer Capreoluscapreolus Buck roe deer 15. 4 – 30. 9.
Doe roe deer and fawn 1. 9 – 31. 1.
4. Red deer, European or common red deer Cervus elaphus Stag 1. 8 – 15. 2.
Hind and offspring 1. 8 – 15. 2.
5. Fallow deer Cervus dama Buck 1. 9 – 15. 2.
Doe and offspring 1. 9 – 15. 2.
6. Virginia deer Оdocоileus virginianus Buck 1. 9 – 15.2.
Doe and offspring 1. 9 – 15. 2.
7. Wild boar Sus scrofa Boar 1. 1 – 31.12.
Sow 1. 7 – 31. 12.
Offspring to 2 years of age 1. 1 – 31.12.
8.  Wolf * Canis lupus Male 1. 1 – 31.12.
Female and offspring 1. 7 – 28. 2.
9. Jackal Canis aureus 1. 1 – 31.12.
10. Fox Vulpes vulpes 1. 1 – 31.12.
11. Wild cat ** Felis silvestris  1. 7 – 28. 2.
12. Beech marten ** Martes foina 1.10 – 28. 2.
13. Pine marten Martes martes 1.10 – 28. 2.
14. Badger** Meles meles 1. 7 – 28. 2.
15. Brown hare Lepuseuropaeus 15.10 – 31.12.
16. Fat dormouse Glis glis 1. 8 – 31. 3.
17. Ondatra Ondatrazibethica  1. 1 – 31.12.
18.  Squirrel Sciurusvulgaris 1. 8 – 31. 3.
19. Raccoon dog Nyctereutes

procyonoides

 1. 1 – 31.12.
20. Nutria Myocastorcoypus  1. 1 – 31.12.
 AVES – BIRDS
1. Wild duck, Eurasian teal or common teal Anas crecca  

1. 9 – 28. 2.

2. Wild duck widgeon Anas penelope  1. 9 – 28. 2.
3. Dabbling duck Anasplatyrhynchos  1. 9 – 28. 2.
4. Small dabbling duck, garganey Anas querquedula  1. 9 – 28. 2.
5. Common pochard Aythya ferina  1. 9 – 28. 2.
6. White-fronted goose Anseralbifrons  1.10 – 28. 2.
7. Bean goose Anser fabalis  1.10 – 28. 2.
8. Eurasian woodcock*** Scolopaxrusticola  1.10 – 31. 1.
9. Common wood pigeon Columbapalumbus  1. 8 – 28. 2.
10. Collared dove Streptopelia

decaocto

 1. 8 – 28. 2.
11. European turtle dove Streptopeliaturtur  1. 8 – 30. 9.
12. Common quail Coturnixcoturnix  1. 8 – 30. 9.
13. Grey partridge Perdix perdix  15.10 – 30.11.
14. Common pheasant Phasianuscolchicus  1.10 – 31.1.
15. Common coot Fulica atra 1. 9 – 28. 2.
16. Common moorhen Gallinulachloropus  1.10 – 28. 2.
17. Eurasian jay Garrulusglandarius  1. 8 – 28. 2.
18. Rook Corvusfrugilegus  1. 8 – 28. 2.
19. Great cormorant **** Phalacrocorax

carbo

 1. 1 – 31.12.
20. Northern goshawk **** Acciptergentilis  1. 1 – 31.12.
21. Grey heron **** Ardea cinerea  1. 1 – 31.12.

Remark:

*species considered to be protected wild game except from parts of the territory of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, where they are considered to be strictly protected wild species;

** species considered protected wild game in closed season, except for parts of the territory of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, where these are considered to be strictly protected wild species;

*** species considered protected game in closed season in areas up to 500 m altitude;

**** species which a user of the hunting ground can only hunt in order to prevent the damage to the hunting grounds in the area of recorded fisheries and hunting grounds, in accordance with the hunting area user’s planning document.

1.Group hunting of wild boars in wild hunting areas is organized between 1 October and 31 December

Exceptionally, the hunter user may organize hunting of boars in groups, in hunting areas open before / after the hunting season, at the order of the hunting inspector..

The user of the hunting ground who has received an order referred to in the previous paragraph must inform the hunting inspector about the group hunting of wild boars at least 48 hours prior to the hunt, to control the organization of group hunting of wild boar, control of hunt and use/sale of the hunted game and its parts.

The user of the hunting ground who has received the order previously referred to, shall immediately inform, after the hunting game is finished, the competent veterinary services to perform the veterinary-sanitary inspection of the shot game.

2.Group hunting of wolves, jackals and foxes is organized in the period from October 1st to February 28th.