The Egererdő Forestry Company manages the forestry in 72,000 ha in part of the State forest in the Northern Middle Mountains as well as in a smaller state forest in the lowlands, which belong to the Alföld (Great Hungarian Plains). The hunting area has three different geographical parts: the Mátra Mountains, the western part of the Bükk Mountains and the south-western part of the hill country of Heves-Borsod.
About 51% it is a nature conservation area, which has a vital impact on the management. The forestry runs a game management project in three areas of 57,000 ha: in the northern hills, the Bükk mountains and the Mátra mountains.
The wildlife of these exceptionally geographically diverse areas includes almost all game species. The mouflon stock is one of the largest populations in Hungary and the quality of the rams is outstanding in national comparison, while the wild boar population is also sizeable
At the moment the Forestry Company manages two fenced areas for wild boar and moufflon in the Mátra and the Bükk Mountains, and plans to build two additional areas.
Games species: red deer, roe deer, mouflon,
wild boar, fallow deer