Hunting region Semberia - Majevica is located between the Drina and the Sava rivers, at the foot of Majevica mountain. This is a slight hill and mountainous terrain, where the natural vegetation has essentially the Pannonian feature.
Hunting Ground "Bijeljina I" covers a great part of the flat Semberia, more precisely it spreads over the area of 33,700 ha. Hunting grounds extend over a wide flatlands with occasional slight corrugations. Elevation of hunting grounds ranges from 80 to 210 m. The Drina flows through the eastern part of the hunting ground and the Sava river in the north makes natural boundary.
Basic types of game at hunting ground "Bijeljina 1" are deer, rabbit and pheasant. Addition to these types of game there are also other species during seasonal migrations, among which migratory birds reach maximum abundance, the ones that are both migratory and resident birds: quail, doves, ducks, etc..
On the territory of the hunting ground "Bijeljina I" there is a artificial pheasant farm in Suvo Polje.
Among pheasant hunt and wild duck, which occurs in large numbers, there are also pigeons, doves and quails in the summer.
The detailed hunting calendar can be viewed here.
On the banks of the Drina and the Sava there are excellent conditions for fishing. A swamp Gromiželj in Velino Selo represents an interesting natural curiosity where a large number of rare fish species are discovered - the umbra Kramer, popularly known as Mrguda.