|Last minute gift ideas from Kentucky Fish and Wildlife|
Procrastination is one of the most common habits at Christmas time, especially for men. Some of us get on the ball and get our Christmas shopping completed early, but most of us wait until we absolutely have to open our wallets, fight the crowds and get it done.
Sending a child for a week of conservation camp is a great way to help ensure the future of the hunting and fishing arts and makes an excellent and appreciated gift.
"Conservation camp instills knowledge of not only hunting and fishing, but nature, boating, swimming and other outdoor pursuits in a safe environment," said Laura Burford, assistant director of the information and education division of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. "This year, the weekly camp fee includes a junior sportsman's license."
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