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    Abstract - Issue Jan + Mar 2010, 31 (1)                                     Back


Abstract_ 27

Evaluation on management of wild boar (Sus scrofa L.)

population in  Bolu-Sazakici hunting ground

 

Vedat Beskardes*1, Ersel Yilmaz2 and Tamer Oymen3

1Forestry Vocational School, Program of Game and Wildlife, 2Department of Forest Mensuration and Biometry, 3Department of Forest Entomology and Protection, Faculty of Forestry, Istanbul University - 34473, Bahcekoy, Sariyer, Istanbul, Turkey

(Received: April 08, 2009; Revised received: May 30, 2009; Accepted: September 18, 2009)

Abstract: Bolu-sazakiçi sample hunting ground covered 9132 ha divided into 360 sample areas of 25 ha each. 50 of them were sampled by means of the simple random sampling method. In the sample areas “Point Counts” was applied and the population of wild boar density and numbers were determined. As a result, it was estimated that 734 wild boars inhabit the area. Of these individuals, 79 were males, 238 were females and 417 were piglets. The wild boar density in the area was determined as 8.03 individual 100 ha-1. In this paper, first of all, the density of wild boar population was determined by the point counts method, then it was tried to evaluate its management for Bolu-sazakiçi sample hunting ground.

Key words: Hunting ground, Wild boar, Point counts, Management

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