Wildlife is as a component part of forest ecosystems, playing an important role in maintaining ecological balance. A number of animal species serve as sources for obtaining industrial, medicinal raw materials, food and other material goods to satisfy the needs of the population and the national economy, other species are used for scientific, cultural, educational and aesthetic purposes. Hunting management is one of the branches of the use of natural resources, the main tasks being protection, rational use and reproduction of the state hunting resources (animals of hunting interest and many hunting grounds). These improvements are also due to the implementation of new forms of wildlife sector management by awarding hunting resources to use based on a lease agreement, under the Government Decision No. 187 of 20.02.2008 approving the Regulation on the forests rent for hunting management and/or recreation.