There’s Still Time To Become An Outdoors Woman
Phoenix, Arizona - There is still time to sign up for this fun weekend in the desert: Becoming an Outdoors Woman: Jan. 25-27.
January 15, 2013
Learn to live and play in our unique Sonoran desert. Classes will be offered in fishing, hunting, tracking and desert survival. There are also sessions in hiking, paddling, geocaching, birding, outdoor photography and edible and medicinal plants of the Superstitions.
A trial ride through the Saguaro forest is also available. The Dutch oven class will prepare the evening meals.
Night-time presentations include Wildman Phil with his cast of desert critters and a stargazing event by the East Valley Astronomy Club. Another plus is that “bird lady” and javelina expert Tice Supplee will give a presentation about that most misunderstood desert dweller.
The venue is Saguaro Lake Ranch, which is an historical resort-style retreat located in the Tonto National Forest in the heart of the Arizona Sonoran desert.
The cost is $380, which includes instruction, program materials, and use of equipment, deluxe lodging and meals Friday through Sunday lunch.
Details of class descriptions can be found at http://www.azwildlife.org or call 480-644-0077. Join us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Arizona-Becoming-an-Outdoors-Woman.