The surface of Romania, 237,500 sq. km,
is crossed by the 45º parallel, which makes possible
the existence of a climate with four seasons.
Due to its position beside the Black Sea,
Romania has not a severe continental climate, but a moderate
one, which makes both winter and summer much easier to deal
The relief is various and concentrically positioned.
In the middle of the country there is the Plateau of Transylvania,
surrounded by the peaks of the Carpathian Mountains,
higher than 2,500 m in altitude, which makes this plateau
look like a natural fortress.
Another series of plateaux
is bordering the mountains, making a slow transition to the
vast plains, the last step of the stair.
The extremely favourable bio-geographical
conditions and the maintenance of a biological equilibrium
for the natural ecosystems, along with a rational long-term
management, led to the exceptional quality of the trophy carrying
The position of the country at the crossroad
of the migration lanes (passages) of the birds of cinegetic
interest and the existence, at the Danube's mouth, of the
greatest humid area in Europe - the Danube Delta - make
Romania a true paradise for birds hunters.