The Legnica state hunting district is 8,986 ha in size, of this 5,571 ha. is forest while the remaining 3,415 hectares is made up of farmland, meadows and lakes. The forest predominantly consists of conifers (69%) and oak (19%), but there are also areas of beech and birch. Most of the district is flat, although in places it is gently hilly. Legnica has 77 high seats/stands and 8 feeding places. It is possible to drive in a horse drawn wagon (if booked in advance), but not in connection with the actual hunt. The district can take 2 -3 hunters at a time for individual hunts, while driven hunts can be arranged for groups of 8 - 12 hunters.
The district has roe deer, wild boar and red deer. Annually 55 roe buck are bagged here, most of which have a trophy size of between 200 - 350g net weight, but bucks of over 400g are also taken. There is an annual quota of 11 red stags - by far the most of which have a trophy weighty of 4 - 5 kg, but trophies of over 6 kg do frequently occur. Legnica has a dense population of wild boar, and these can be hunted on individual hunts throughout the season, and on driven hunts in the autumn and winter.
Zlotoryja is 125 km from the Forst/Olszyna border crossing, 30km from Legnica, which is the nearest major town and 100km from Wroclaw, where you can find the closest international airport.