Georgia Wildlife Resources Division
The competition between developing a youth’s love for the outdoors, and their love for electronics devices gets more difficult every day.
Gone, it seems are the endless summer days of kids playing outside and learning about the natural world around them.
It’s as important as ever, to instill in them the values you cherish and grew up with.
Hunting is one of those activities that many adults try to pass on to the next generation, but for some reason, and more often than we’d like, the effort falls flat.
Hunting is a great pastime to teach young people. It requires them to think critically, take responsibility, and develops confidence in their abilities.
So let’s take a look at how you can introduce your child to hunting in a way that they will enjoy, and be asking for more.