The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) still have available spots open for both of their Summer Day Camps this summer for children 12 to 16 years old at the Waddill Outdoor Education Center in Baton Rouge.
The camps will be held from June 25-29 and again from July 23-27. Each camp is completely free of charge and will allow participants to receive their official boater and hunter education certifications.
To register for the camps, parents must fill out the online application located at www.wlf.louisiana.gov/summerdaycamp2012  by this Friday, May 25. Parents must fill out a separate application for each child they wish to register and may only register their child for one of the camps.
LDWF will also offer a fish identification class, fishing and canoeing in the ponds at the Waddill Outdoor Education Center, skeet shooting, and other outdoor related classes and activities.
The Louisiana Wildlife Agents Association and Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Foundation are providing a daily lunch free of charge for the five-day summer camps. Cabela's in Gonzales donated rod and reel combo sets, and Academy Sports and Outdoors has donated water bottles for each child that they can take home at the end of the camp.
The camps are open to 25 children per camp who have not completed a boater or hunter education certificate. LDWF will notify parents by either email or phone if their child has been selected for the camps.
Parents with children that have been selected for either camp, must drop off their child at the Waddill Outdoor Education Center located at 4142 North Flannery Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70814 between 7 and 8 a.m., and then pick their child up between 4 and 5 p.m. each day. Attendance every day of the week is mandatory in order to receive the boating and hunting education certifications.
For more information, contact Adam Einck at email@example.com  or 225-765-2465.