The aim of graduation thesis was to investigate possibilities of forest management influencing the browsing damage. We focused on impact of stand structure, and of some other factors depending on stand structure. We studied the browsing damage on the total of one hundred and twenty plots (1,5 m * 1,5 m) in two areas of selection structure and in two areas of even-aged (mature forest) stand structure, at the location of Galio rotundifolii-Abietetum site in GGE Ribnica na Pohorju. We determined browsing damage in three height classes. Most represented tree species in regeneration was silver fir which was also among the most browsed species. Besides the accurance of browsing damage, the height increment of silver fir in regeneration was stimulated by the competition with Norway spruce as well. Average percentage of browsed regeneration was 18 % and was assesed as tolerable. Browsing damage was increasing with regeneration height. In even-aged forest was significantly higher than in selection forest. As possible reason for varying browsing damage we suggested higher incidence of herbs in even-aged forest in connection with small scale interconnection of even-aged and selection forest stands and also appearance of regeneration in dense groups in selection forest. We find forest management on research area with regard to browsing appropriate.