This Bachelor thesis deals with available methods of research leads to monitoring of sika deer (Cervus nippon nippon) home range, with preference for telelmetric research. The knowledges that are key for better understanding and approach to the sika deer behavior and life strategy – species that population is rising to the essential quantity. Quantity that is vital not only for management of this species but also for his influence to the forestry – harms on forest vegetation. In this thesis I would go to the core of issue of sika deer home range and space activity research on the area of Czech republic as well as in foreign countries. Second part of thesis is more detailer devoted to the research of sika deer in MTA Hradiste. Interesting is comparing of projects running within Scotland, Japan, Ireland and New Zealand. Research knowledge summary from the different kinds of research and that comparing in final part of the thesis is about variety options of application of research results as well as options for sika deer management for the future.