Hunting and game breeding center Sovinac is situated in the hunting ground Dubrava. It occupies the area of about 300 ha. It is the area for intensive breeding of wild boar, European deer, fallow deer and mouflon. There are pheasant aviaries in the centre with the capacity of 1000 pheasants.
The hunting ground Alija is situated 260 km southwest from Belgrade, near the town of Negotin. It is 185 km from Paracin and 70 km from Zajecar. It is at the 118 to 296 m above sea level, spread on 2000 ha. There is an enclosed area within the hunting ground of 300 ha where the fallow deer and the mouflon are hunted. The roe deer and the wild boar are hunted in the other parts of the hunting ground. The trophy deer of 190 CIC points and the trophy mouflon of over 208 CIC points are bred in this hunting ground.
The hunting ground DELI-JOVAN is situated 260 km southeast from Belgrade, near the Danube, between Gornji Milanovac and Negotin. It is 70 km far from Gornji Milanovac. It is a typical mountain hunting ground of 13152 ha and it lies 700 to 1150 m above sea level.
What is usually bred are European deer, doe, wild boar.
Hunting association Salas from Salas is in charge of the hunting ground Dubrava, 35574 ha. It is a hunting ground of hills and mountains. It is situated in the east of Serbia, in the valley of Deli Jovan mountain. The hunting ground owns small and big game. Small game: hares, pheasants, partridges, quails and woodcocks. Predators: wolf, jackal, fox and lynx.