Staff Photos: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith
Myra Kincaid of Gwinnett County observes as Roscoe a 2 1/2 year old Feist hunting dog, attempts to climb this den tree, likely having smelled a squirrel. Also pictured is Jamie Dowd, public area fishing director at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, instructor of the Small Game Hunting class at the center's "Becoming an Outdoors Woman" program. Students like Kincaid learned over three days how to hunt small game, fly fish, hike, kayak, tree climb and survive the great outdoors.

Staff Photos: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith Myra Kincaid of Gwinnett County observes as Roscoe a 2 1/2 year old Feist hunting dog, attempts to climb this den tree, likely having smelled a squirrel. Also pictured is Jamie Dowd, public area fishing director at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, instructor of the Small Game Hunting class at the center's "Becoming an Outdoors Woman" program. Students like Kincaid learned over three days how to hunt small game, fly fish, hike, kayak, tree climb and survive the great outdoors.

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Julie Watson, a naturalist with Charlie Elliott, left, instructs Tammy Gainey from Macon how to shoot a bow and arrow during archery class. Gainey heard about "Becoming an Outdoors Woman" from a friend and both attended. In the background is Cindy Wheeler, being instructed by Michael Sellers, a Newton County volunteer coordinator for the Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Divisions.

Students learned how to fly fish, kayak, tree climb and more during Charlie Elliott's recent "Becoming an Outdoors Woman" workshop.