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...

  • You have never tried some of these activities, but have hoped for an opportunity to learn.
  • You are a beginner who wants to improve your skills.
  • You know how to do some of these activities, but would like to try new ones.
  • You enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded individuals.

2014 Fall BOW is scheduled for Nov. 7-9, 2014. Register online.

Pricing and Accommodations as follows:

Program Fee Lodging
$300 On-site: Two nights stay at the Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center.
$265 On-site (Camping): Bring your own tent and gear.
$255 Off-site

Seven meals are provided during the workshop.

A liability/waiver form as well as photo release form must be completed before attending the BOW Workshop. Fill out a liability/waiver form and photo release form in addtion to registration packet, and email to Jody Rice at jody.rice@dnr.state.ga.us.

For a full list of this year's classes and additional info, download the 2014 BOW brochure.

BOW Scholarship Application. Please fill out and mail or email to: Jody Rice/BOW, 543 Elliott Trail, Mansfield, GA 30055, jody.rice@dnr.state.ga.us. Applications must be received by Oct. 10, 2014.

Photos from BOW 2013

Photos from BOW 2012

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