Analysis of game management in the Game Breeding Centres of the Poznań RDSF between 1995 and 2004

An analysis of the functioning of 15 Game Breeding Centres was performed in the eight forest inspectorates of the Poznań Regional Directorate of State Forests (RDSF) between 1995 and 2004. It comprised a review of the costs and revenues of game management, the numbers of harvested cervids and wild boars, the quality of trophies, as well as the extent of tasks in the area of forest management, protection and utilization. The analysis showed that the Game Breeding Centres in the Poznań RDSF fulfilled, in majority, the tasks ensuing from the Game Law Act. The need for developing the principles of state policy was emphasized. Also, organizational changes were proposed to be introduced to the running of the Game Breeding Centres.
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