The Biharugra hunting area in the south of Hungary is located right on the border with Romania.
This is an important bird area covering an area of over 12,000 hectares. There are countless similar areas in Hungary. Hungary is generally rich in populations of wild ducks and geese.
The whole area focuses on fish farming, agriculture and reed cultivation. Due to this, water bodies, reedbeds, swamps, pastures and fields are naturally spread throughout Biharugra, offering ample food and shelter for all waterfowl.
There is a large presence of the Greater Goose, which begins to gather in large flocks during the summer and stays in these areas until December. During October, geese arrive from the north, mostly represented by white-fronted geese.