Diploma thesis introduces the managing of feral pig in the hunting management area of Kamnik and river Savinja. The area was divided in three smaller spatial units and differences in management among the selected areas were established. As the basic unit of analysing and collecting data, hunting ground was used. The results were vertically transferred to higher spatial units. We analysed damage from 2000 to 2009, takings from 1994 to 2009 as wellas the economics of management and seasonal dynamics of takings and damagefrom 2006 to 2009. The greatest density and therefore the best habitats are in the central area, whereas the least suitable is the Alpine area. The central area is an interesting one, as the immigration process there is considerable and due to trends the population number and structure are yet to change. The differences arise because of habitat diversity of the analysed area. We established that damage and takings are not correlated. There were cases, in which damage occurred in certain hunting areas and takings were carried out in others. Due to different spatial distribution of takings and damage, there are also differences in the economic take in terms of feral pig management.