8 Things a New Hunter Needs #Infographic #Hunting

Hunting can take many different forms and styles. There are a few common guidelines and fundamentals that all hunters have practiced for centuries. Read through these panels to understand hunting preparation and the necessary steps to become a successful hunter. While a missing component may not imply life or death, it will seriously jeopardize your safety and that of those around you. In addition, completing the following steps will increase your efficiency and make you more confident when you attempt your first kill. As with many disciplines, training to be a good hunter is essential. However, these steps of preparation are equally as important. Hunting is a deceptively challenging hobby and a novice hunter will lack the experience to deal with certain advanced situations. Having these tools at your disposal will make it more likely that you find success and distinguish you from other beginners. Hunt with style and finesse.

An infographic by BuckNBear Knives.

Dogs, Chocolate & Candy: Sweet Safety #Infographic #Dogs

Any holiday can be a lot of fun, but it is always important to consider safety from every angle – and for every member of your family, including the furry ones! Halloween, in particular, is a time of year that calls for lots and lots of sugary treats, which unfortunately can be very dangerous for your pets. As you prepare for the holiday and enjoy the spoils of this trick-or-treat season, be sure to take the proper precautions to prevent any health or life-threatening emergencies. This educational infographic outlines some of the most dangerous items for your pet to ingest, annual statistics, and a number of tips on what to do if your dog does consume candy or treats. For any time of year, not just Halloween, it is always a good idea to keep a copy of your veterinarian’s and local emergency clinic’s phone numbers and hours in an easy-to-access location in your home.

An infographic by Orvis.

The Hidden Dangers of the Backyard #Infographic #Backyard

Backyards can be a perfect place to entertain family, friends, and guests, but there are some hidden dangers in the backyard that you may not know. Discover the facts and learn what it takes to create a safe yard environment for your friends and family.

One of the most common backyard injuries comes from trampolines. It goes without saying that if you have a trampoline, you are exposing your family to a large risk of injury. Minimize that chance by providing safety netting and keeping your trampoline away from fences and objects that could aid in injury if someone were to fall off the edge such as concrete and rocks.

Did you know between 1996 and 2012, about 184 infants and young children died from exposed window wells? Exposed window wells injure nearly 2000 + people a year. Open window wells without proper window well covers to protect from falls can even lead to liability issues if you rent out your home. View the infographic below to learn more!

An infographic by Window Well Experts.

Hoverboard Safety Tips #infographic #Hoverboard

Hoverboards demand has grown over the past couple of years, and in that time have gotten a bad fame for being dangerous. They are the bad boys of the scooter family. The exact number of incidents involving hoverboards is unknown, but the recent recall of over half a million hoverboards have led many to ask – are hoverboards safe? If you have your heart set on having a safe hoverboarding experience, then follow these guidelines to be incident free.

Hoverboard Safety Tips

An infographic by boardemporium.com.

Parenting in the Digital Age #infographic #Parenting #DigitalAge

Do you have young children or are you planning to have kids soon? If your answer is yes, you are going to love this infographic! Family Orbit has put together this visualization to help parents survive in the digital age. And the truth is that if you are prepared, it doesn’t need to be that overwhelming.

Did you know that 91% of teens access the Internet on mobile devices on a regular basis? Our children are completely immersed in the digital world and as parents, we need to be aware of the benefits and potential risks that this entails.

Find out with this infographic some fascinating stats about teens and technologies and some unusual facts such as how the i-Phone separation anxiety can affect them. The best way to be prepared is to understand the potential risks they are exposed to and learn some safety tips to prevent them from online dangers. You will find all this and much more on the infographic bellow.

Parenting in the Digital Age, an infographic by Family Orbit.