The Jawor state hunting district covers a total of 10,229 ha. of which 5,994 ha. is forest, while the remaining 4,235 ha. consists of farmland and meadow. The forest is made up of 55% oak and 30% conifer, but there are also areas of birch, beech, alder and aspen. The district is partly flat and partly hilly (up to 600m above sea level). Jawor has 121 high seats/stands and 29 feeding places. The district can take 3 - 4 hunters at a time for individual hunts, while driven hunts can be arranged for groups of 10 - 14 hunters.
This district can offer roe deer, red deer, wild boar and mouflon. The annual bag of roe deer here is around 45. The trophy size for the majority of the bucks is under 350g, but bucks of over 350g are taken here. There is an annual quota of 16 red stags - the majority of which produce trophies of between 4 to 6.5kg, however stags of up to 8kg - and even over - are taken more or less every year. Jawor has a dense population of wild boar, which can be hunted on individual hunts throughout the season, as well as on the 5 driven hunts that are organised during the autumn and winter. Jawor is also home to Poland’s largest free living population of mouflon, of which we can sell 15 mouflon rams each year, naturally as well as ewes and lambs.
Jawor is 160km from the border crossing at Forst/Olszyna, 10 km from the town of Jawor,30km from Legnica, which is the closest major town, and 75km from Wroclaw which is the closest international airport.