The remoteness of the property is one of the reasons why mammals live undisturbed here, and are often seen even during daylight hours. Not only Jackals, but also Otters and Wildcats can be observed in broad daylight, both from buggies or from the hides. Dedicated night excursions offer the chance to spot the most reserved inhabitants of the property, like Racoon Dog, Badger, Beech Marten and Wild Boar. Some interesting smaller mammals are present, such as Northern White-breasted Hedgehog, Forest Dormouse and the tiny Harvest Mouse. The nearby Letea forest, where in the last century used to roam the last romanian Mooses, is a real hotspot for bats, with more than 20 species recorded, beside having good populations of Roe Deers, Jackals and Pine Martens.