Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) programs are popular across the US. The courses help promote outdoor activities for women. These programs are geared toward teaching ladies the basics of outdoor skills, hunting, fishing, archery, etc. and are very informative and resourceful. Not all women want to tag along with their significant other when hunting or fishing. Some of us want to tackle the great outdoors on our own. New Hampshire is offering a class in August on waterfowl hunting through their BOW program. For more information keep reading on how to register for this upcoming class.
“Registration is now open for a course for women who want to learn how to get started hunting ducks and geese. The N.H. Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Program (BOW) presents “Duck, Duck, Goose: An introduction to Waterfowl Hunting,” on August 12, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Owl Brook Hunter Education Center, Holderness, N.H.”
“Taught by BOW and Hunter Education instructors, this workshop will cover duck biology, basic hunting techniques, essential gear, and staying safe when enjoying this popular outdoor pursuit. Even if you don’t have a duck boat or decoys, you can still get out and have a successful waterfowl hunt.”