|Women explore the outdoors|
|Written by Submitted|
|Sunday, April 22, 2012 10:19 PM|
The Big Oaks Conservation Society and Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge are hosting the seventh annual Outdoor Women at Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge oSaturday, June 2 , Madison.
Outdoor Women at Big Oaks is a one-day program designed to offer women ages 14 and over the opportunity to gain valuable in-the-field skills in an environment that encourages fun and success in the outdoors.
The award-winning program teaches outdoor skills to women through a variety of courses including fishing, hunting, archery, shooting sports, wilderness survival, outdoor photography, canoeing, bird watching and much more. This event also fosters a greater appreciation for wildlife conservation and allows women to meet others who share their enthusiasm for the outdoors.
Some classes are limited in size, so early registration is recommended. The deadline for early registration is Tuesday, May 1
Cost is $50 adults; $35 for women age 14-18 when accompanied by an adult.
Registration after May 1 until May 22 is $60. The
registration fee includes a choice of 3\three courses, continental breakfast,
lunch, use of equipment and supplies, and a day pass to Big Oaks
National Wildlife Refuge.
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