The hunting ground Zbýšov is a field hunt in Moravia that commemorates the battle of three imperial armies.
Fortunately, the battle of the three imperial armies during the Napoleonic Wars is now remembered only by the Peace Mound monument, which stands on a nearby hill from the village of Zbýšov. The battle did not take place here by chance, but because of the surrounding terrain, which is hilly with terrain waves and a distant view of the landscape.
Gradually undulating fields that are intensively cultivated alternate with roads, windbreaks and boundaries. It disappears behind the hill and appears on the other side.
At first glance, the fields are empty, but the edges of these fields are home to a healthy field population of small game. Not only hares thrive here, but also pheasants, partridges, woodpeckers and other field birds.
Here, hunters organize circular hare hunts with a harvest of around 60 to 80 hares per hunt. Rooster pheasants are also hunted, several dozen of which are caught.