Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center
Annual Fall BOW at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman is a non-profit educational program offering hands-on workshops to women of all ages and fitness levels. Developed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and hosted at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, the workshop allows participants to develop hunting, fishing, boating and other outdoor recreation skills through sessions led by outdoors professionals. These sessions provide novices and more experienced participants enough knowledge and experience to pursue their outdoors interests when the workshop is over, no experience is necessary!
This program is for you if...
Georgia BOW Annual Training at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center: Nov. 6-8, 2015 (Registration coming soon)
Beyond BOW - Georgia Coastal BOW at Sapelo Island: July 24-27, 2015
Sapelo is a small unique barrier island destination along Georgia famed Colonial Coast. Sapelo Islands is a unique historical and cultural resources illustrated by the Reynolds Mansion, 1820 Light House and Geecheec community. Experiencing complex beaches and dunes systems and coastal estuaries or entering the realm of the enchanting maritime forest of intricately gnarled Live Oaks cloaked in Spanish Moss and Resurrection Fern. You will seem to enter into an anachronistic remnant of a slower and quieter past. Georgia Coastal BBOW is to provide students with hands outdoor skills and introduce them to the resource management and education of the natural, historical and cultural resources of Georgia’s Coast.
Register for Georgia Coastal BOW by calling Jody Rice at 770-784-3059. A liability/waiver form as well as photo release form must be completed before attending BOW. Fill out a liability/waiver form and photo release form and email to Jody Rice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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