Hunting activities within Lipinki Forest District are performed in 10 hunting circuits, including 8 hunting circuits managed by Lipinki Forest District Inspectorate and 2 hunting circuits managed by the neighbouring Forest District Inspectorates.
Lipinki Forest District is a habitat for many game species, including big game such as: Deer, Roe Deer and Wild Boar. The average numbers of these animals living in the Forest District are: 336 Deer, 2182 Roe Deer and 963 Wild Boars.
The most common small game species living in Lipinki Forest District are: Fox, Raccoon Dog, Badger, and Common Raccoon. Less common species include: Hare, Muskrat, Marten,American Mink and Polecat.
Protected species include more and more common Wolf, Beaver, Raven, White-tailed Eagle and Black Stork.
The district is also home to a number of bird species, including the most common: Wild Duck, Wild Goose, Partridge, Common Wood Pigeon, Eurasian Woodcock and Grey Heron.