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Spatial distribution of wild animals in habitat

In order to survive, reproduce and grow, animals need food sources and shelter. Given digestive processes, and competition within and between species, animals are faced with decisions about how to locate and find food sources and shelter. The type and amount of food eaten and digested is determined by the interaction of animals and the environment, whether the prey is a plant or an animal.


An event that everyone who is part of the world of hunting tourism should attend. There is a lot to see in those few days, and a lot can be learned with a little luck and of course with a person who is willing to help. “Welcome to the city of sin,” a familiar, unpretentious person greeted us: “Let’s go to dinner, so I’ll tell you what I’ve prepared for you.” Sales, sales, sales – everything is for sale, everything has its price and everything is a show.


For many years, Velebit was just an obstacle for me to cross in order to reach the Adriatic Sea for holidays. While my parents drove me by car – Velebit was synonymous with the painful ascent and descent full of big turns often accompanied by a feeling of nausea. Now after hunting on Velebit, I can’t wait to get back to Velebit! The harsh mountain and harsh landscape hides the wealth of wildlife, beautiful landscape and unique views.


Not just as a hunting trip, New Zealand is a bit different from other parts of the world I know. That long flight by plane alone requires a persistent desire to visit this, yet remote, part of the world. But the arrival itself is different, the simple airport at QUENSTOWN, the easy procedure and the welcome reception of a familiar face with coffee. Easy access makes life easier.

The story of logo design

The logo design represents two paws of European pine Marten labeled “WILDCRO” at the base of the logo. The company is headquartered in the continental part of the Republic of Croatia, formerly the Kingdom of Slavonia (15th century). The coat of arms of the kingdom from the end of the 15th century contains: in blue shield two transverse silver beams, representing the rivers Sava and Drava. Between the rivers is a red field, with European pine Marten turned to the right.


Much interest to reconcile and adjust. Equally, there is a whole range of possible additional unexpected shocks that hunters are generally not ready.

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Hunting tourism

Hunting on the mountain part of the Adriatic coast and on the Adriatic islands – offers a wide range of species for hunting.

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