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10 Wildlife Hunting Coloring Pages For Your Naughty Kids

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Hunting is the practice of killing or trapping any living being (usually an animal or a bird), with the intent of doing so. It is mostly done by humans for fun, food or containment purposes.

Hunting is a necessary component of modern wildlife management, as it helps to maintain the population within the environment’s ecological carrying capacity. The practice of gathering materials is also known as hunting.

Top 10 Hunting Coloring Pages For Kids:

These hunting coloring pictures will help you explain to your child the aspects of wildlife and the importance of ecological balance. This way you will be opening a completely new world for your children. Here are ten hunting coloring pages to print for your kids to color.

1. Deer Hunting:

This picture features a hunter setting his target on the deer. Give your child this serene coloring page and teach him about our feline friends.

  • Deer hunting is a survival hunting that dates back to more than 10000 years.
  • The hunter in this picture is performing a stand hunting method.
  • Stand hunting is the most common method of hunting. It is done by waiting at the place where the deer is likely to travel.

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2. Hunting In The Woods:

This coloring page is for kids who love to spend time in the woods. The diagram features a young woman looking for her target.

  • The primary reason people go hunting is to leave the daily problems behind for a short period and enjoy the natural environment. It relieves the mind from the daily tensions and worries and also helps to achieve higher levels of concentration.
  • Ask your child to fill colors in this sheet to bring life to this scene. You can also join your child to work on this coloring page.

3. Eskimo Hunting A Polar Bear:

This is a funny coloring sheet of a polar bear trying to intimidate the hunter. Teach your child more about polar bear hunting with this coloring page.

  • Polar bear hunting plays an important role in the life of Eskimos. It provides food and fiber for the residents of the north.
  • In modern times, polar bears are hunted due to their size and ferocity.

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4. Bow Hunting:

This coloring sheet features a hunter posing with his archery.

  • We have come a long way from the ancient wooden bows and arrows of our ancestors. The bows these days are stronger and lighter and the arrows penetrate deeper into the flesh.
  • Bow hunting is the practice of hunting the animals by archery. Bow hunters usually get close to their prey for a clean kill, as they cannot shoot their target from far.
  • The bow hunter walks along the terrain slowly, looking for his target and stalking it carefully. This type of methodical stalking is called “Still hunting”.

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5. Duck Hunting:

This coloring page will give you the perfect opportunity to begin a conversation about the food chain and the necessity to kill some animals for food.

  • The practice of hunting ducks, geese and other waterfowl for food or sport is known as waterfowl hunting.
  • Waterfowl hunting is done in crop field where they feed and near water bodies like rivers, lakes, ponds and oceanic coastline. Duck hunting requires concentration, confidence and coordination.

6. Jelly Fish Hunting:

This is a coloring sheet of SpongeBob and Patrick having fun hunting some jellyfish in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom.

  • SpongeBob catches the jellyfish, gets some of its special jelly and lets it go.
  • This coloring sheet will appeal to all SpongeBob lovers.

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7. Pooh And Friends Hunting For Treasure:

Winnie the Pooh and his friends Tigger and Piglet are all geared to hunt down the treasure.

  • The trio is seen dressed as pirates and is carrying all the necessary items required to hunt the treasure.
  • Teach your child to color within the lines of the diagram to make this sheet look amazing.

8. Easter Egg Hunting:

This is an adorable coloring page of a little boy hunting for the eggs in the bush. If your kid is not excited about egg hunting, then this coloring page will surely get him in the mood.

  • Easter egg hunting is a game in which decorated, artificial eggs filled with chocolate candies are hidden in gardens for the children to find.
  • The kids who collect the largest number of eggs are given prizes.

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9. Shark Hunting For Food:

Ignite your child’s interest in the ocean life with this coloring page. The coloring sheet features a wild shark hunting for his food in the ocean.

  • Sharks are one of the most feared predators. A shark locates his prey before hunting. His highly developed senses allow him to detect even a single drop of blood in the ocean.
  • Sharks are usually solitary hunters, but sometimes form groups to hunt.

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10. A Happy Hunter:

This little hunter looks extremely happy on successfully hunting down his target.

  • Ask your child to color this happy hunter’s diagram and give him a name.
  • As your child colors the sheet, make up a story about all the things the little hunter must have been hunting for.

These free printable hunting coloring pages online are a great way to teach your children about the concept of hunting and the correct way of doing it without harming anyone.

We Hope you like these hunting coloring sheets. If you want you can download these sheets and create your own hunting coloring book. Share your thoughts with us about it, in the section below!

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