Urbanization and the constant draw of electronics has resulted in today's kids getting less exposure to the outdoors, and sadly hunting has become a dying sport in the United States.
However, there is a way to change this trend. By teaching your child how to hunt you'll be helping shape them into, as Tim Ferris describes, a "responsible, piercingly intelligent, ethical hunters who eat what they kill and who understand the subtleties of nature, including preserving the ecosystems around us."
Hunting not only teaches a child responsibility, but it also puts them in nature and fosters a love of conserving the world around them. It develops courage, determination, and resilience unlike many other activities children are regularly engaged in.
Learn more about teaching the sport of hunting with our guide on youth hunting at Ammo.com: https://ammo.com/articles/parents-guide-to-youth-hunting