SAS Survival Handbook: How to Survive in the WIld, in Any Climate, on Land or at Sea [John Lofty Wiseman] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The SAS Survival Handbook is the Special Air Service's complete course in being prepared for any type of emergency.
Organized around the six essentials of survival (shelter, water, food, fire, comfort and health, and navigation), Wilderness Survival Handbook covers 100 skills and techniques, including preserving fire, building pit shelters, toolmaking, stoneboiling cookery, and trapping and hunting animals with handmade tools and weapons.
How to Stay Alive in the Woods ... was a thorough and pleasantly blunt (which it needs to be) survival guide for those who wish to learn vital methods and techniques for survival in the wilderness. I learned quite a bit while reading this book, and it has detailed illustrations of following, and much much more: snares, knot types, and shelter construction.
This is the book that started my obsession with survival skills. I was 16 years old when I first bought Larry Dean Olsen's Outdoor Survival Skills. This is a solid little wilderness survival book that shows us that less is sometimes more. The book teaches Native American-inspired skill sets to acquire shelter, water, food, fire, tools, and much more.
Advanced Bushcraft: An Expert Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival [Dave Canterbury] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Trek deeper into the wilderness with New York Times</i> bestselling author Dave Canterbury!<BR><BR>In this valuable guide
Mykel Hawke is a Green Beret combat veteran and Captain (Ret.) in the U.S. Army Special Forces; Director of Spec Ops Inc (an international outdoor-survival training company); and popular television survival expert from the Discovery Channel's hit shows Man, Woman, Wild and One Man Army.
Survivor Kid: A Practical Guide to Wilderness Survival [Denise Long] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Anyone can get lost while camping or on a hike and Survivor Kid teaches young adventurers the survival skills they need if they ever find themselves lost or in a dangerous situation in the wild.
Shelters, Shacks, and Shanties. This is our section on shelters, shacks, and shanties. This is taken from a book written nearly 100 years ago. It covers impromptu survival structures all the way up to log cabins. All construction methods are primitive, using materials available 100 years ago (hand tools) no power tools required or desired.
It is not the ultimate guide to wilderness living. No mention of edible or medicinal herbs or of primitive first aid. It's a book with a new cover written by the authors way back in the 80s under the title of Wilderness Living and Survival Skills. The images aren't that good.