Hunting in the Kozara National Park is strictly prohibited. A special hunting ground “Kozara” is under the management of the Kozara National Park. The hunting ground covers the area of 16,728 hectares and it is of the mountainous type. The hunting ground is divided into four areas: the National Park area, Mlječanica, Projsa i Bukovica. In three areas (Mlječanica, Projsa and Bukovica) the hunting of animals in accordance with the annual management plan is organized. The National Park area is primarily used for the growth and protection of the big game and the hunting is strictly forbidden.
A large number of different species of wildlife permanently populate the special hunting ground, including: the deer, rabbit, wild boar, fox, marten, badger, wild cat, dormouse and others. The following bird species are to be found here: the pheasant, partridge, pigeon, hawk, falcon, etc.