National Park Djerdap, Donji Milanovac – Asociaţia Pro-Mehedinţi

Thematic route: Cultural Heritage Route

Name of the touristic attraction: National Park Djerdap, Donji Milanovac

Location: Public company “National Park Djerdap”, 19220 Donji Milanovac, address: Kralja Petra I # 14a, Bor district

Description:The largest national park in Serbia, National Park Djerdap is located in the northeastern part of Serbia, on the border with Romania. With an area of ​​637,99 square kilometers, 100 km length the right bank of the Danube, spread from Golubac to Karatas near Kladovo, the Park includes zones with different regime of protection for the nature elements, cultural monuments, fauna and vegetation of relict species, confirming the development of vegetation series since the creation up to the present day. National Park Djerdap is also called river national park, since the Danube makes a significant part of Djerdap, and the largest and longest gorge in Europe, the amazing Iron Gate is called wild botanical garden and the largest European archaeological museum in nature.Djerdap gorge and the natural area along the gorge, as a spatial entity with exceptional cultural and historical values, significant natural ecosystems in composition of exceptional value and rarity, objects of flora and fauna and the well-preserved forests of exceptional appearance, have been protected as a national park Djerdapsince 1974. PC “National Park Djerdap” manages the special hunting ground “Djerdap”.The decision on the establishment of hunting ground in the National Park Djerdap was adopted on 7thJuly 1990 at the sessions of the Council of Associated Labor and the Council of Municipalities of the Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Serbia (“Official Gazette of RS”, No. 46/90).The ground covers an area of 63.608,45ha.Forests and forest land cover an area of 40.972,80ha (64.4% of the total area), meadows and pastures 6.336,5ha (9.97%), arable land 3.224,83ha (5.07%), orchards and vineyards is 1.224,34 ha (2.10%) and marshes and ponds 32,5ha (0.05%). The Danube water-flow is 5.882,01ha(9,25% of the total areaof the hunting ground).Rugged land covers an area of 2.000,00 ha, i.e. 3,14% of the total area. Total hunting area is 57.782,98 ha or 93,98% of the total area of hunting ground. Special purpose hunting ground “Djerdap” is of hilly-mountainous type. The user of the hunting ground manages an impressive population of deer, small population of chamois, roe deer and wild boars whose number is constantly growing.In addition to bred species of wildlife, the hunting ground also includes a fairly large population of wolves, jackals, foxes, wild cats, as well as strictly protected speciesincluding the brown bear and lynx. Wild boar repro-center “Lubnica” has been built within the hunting ground.The hunting ground has very modern hunting-technical facilities, a large number of modernly equipped waiting points, a large number of open waiting points, as well as a large number of cameras for observing wildlife.

Information and contacts:

PC“National Park Djerdap”

Tel: + 381 30 215 0070

E-mail: office@npdjerdap.org

www.npdjerdap.org

Route close to other thematic routes:

-Golubac Fortress

-Tumane Monastery

-Lepenski Vir Archaeological site

-The Church of Holy Father Nikolai in Donji Milanovac

-Tabula Traiana

-Hydro power plant “Djerdap 1”

-Diana Karatas Fort

-Fetislam Fortress

-Archaeological Museum of Djerdap Kladovo

-Trajan’s bridge

-National park Djerdap

-Rajko’s cave

-Beli izvorac

-Valja prerast

-Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in Majdanpek

-Museum in Majdanpek

Other useful information:

CALENDAR OF HUNTING SEASON AND CLOSED SEASON FOR GAME IN SPECIAL  HUNTING GROUND “DJERDAP”

The regulation was published in the “OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA” No.75/2016 from 7th September 2016

# 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 15. 4 – 28.02
Sow 1. 7 – 15. 01.
Offspring to 2 years of age 15. 4 – 28.02.
8.  Wolf * Canis lupus Male 1. 7 – 15.04.
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 – 30.11.
16. Fat dormouse Glis glis 1. 8 – 28. 02.
17. Ondatra Ondatrazibethica  1. 1 – 31.12.
18.  Squirrel Sciurusvulgaris 1. 8 – 28. 02.
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 Anser albifrons  1.10 – 28. 2.
7. Bean goose Anser fabalis  1.10 – 28. 2.
8. Eurasian woodcock*** Scolopax rusticola  1.10 – 31. 1.
9. Common wood pigeon Columba palumbus  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 – 31.10.
14. Common pheasant Phasianuscolchicus  1.10 – 31.1.
15. Common coot Fulica atra 1. 9 – 28. 2.
16. Common moorhen Gallinulachloropus  1.09 – 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 **** Accipter gentilis  1. 1 – 31.12.
21. Grey heron **** Ardea cinerea  1. 1 – 31.12.

Remarks:

*the species is protected as a closed season protected game, except at the parts of the territory of the Autonomous Province of Voivodina where it is protected as strictly protected wild species;

** the species is protected as a closed season protected game, except at the parts of the territory of the Autonomous Province of Voivodina where it is protected as strictly protected wild species;

***the species is protected as a closed season protected game in areas up to 500 m of altitude;

****species that a user of the hunting ground may hunt only to prevent damage to the hunting grounds on the area of the registered fishpond and hunting grounds, in compliance with the planning document of the hunting area user.

  1. Group hunting of wild boars in open hunting grounds is organized in the period from July 1st to February 28th, exceptfor wild sow which may be hunted in that way by January 15th.
  2. Group hunting of wolves, jackals and foxes is organized in the period from July 1st to February 28th.

GPS Coordinates: The National Park Djerdap is located between 44042`- 44024` north longitude and 22033`-21040` eastern latitude.