Flora and fauna
In the municipality of Mojkovac the largest area is covered with forests, about 50%, meadows and pastures over 35%, and scrub and bare forests, rocky terrain, water areas, fields and orchards, built spaces and others, about 15%.
Especially valuable plant species include mountain pine (in the Durmitor National Park and in Bjelasica), yew and holly (in the whole area of Montenegro). These species cannot be relocated, destroyed or impaired, in any way.
Endemic plant species are represented by Bosnian pine (Pinus heldreichii) (site above the Bistrica River in the canyon of Tara), mountain maple (Acer spicatum) (Bjelasica) and decorative Likovic (Sinjajevina and Bjelasica). Rare and endangered species are shown through the edelweiss Leontopodium alpinum (Sinjajevina), gentian (Bjelasica and Sinjajevina), yew (valley of the Tara), etc.
The characteristic fauna is represented by: Zeta emasculated trout, alpine triton, hawks (peregrine falcon), goshawks, golden eagle, owls, glossy ibis, spoonbill, white heron, pelican, etc. These species are typical for the wider area of the northern Montenegro and any destruction of these species (directly or indirectly) is forbidden.
In this area there are a lot of animals that can be hunted (birds, mammals, fish), wolves, bears, rabbits, deer, wild goats, ducks, pheasants, brook and lake trouts, grayling and others. These species may be hunted under certain rules for hunting, while hunting in the National parks of Durmitor and Biogradska gora is forbidden.