- Tapa blanda: 240 páginas
- Editor: Griffin; Edición: Us (1 de junio de 1993)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0312093594
- ISBN-13: 978-0312093594
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The Outdoor Survival Handbook: A Guide to the Resources & Material Available in the Wild & How to Use Them for Food, Shelter, Warmth, & Navigation (Inglés) Tapa blanda – jun 1993
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Tells how to construct a shelter, build a fire, gather and prepare wild foods, find medicinal herbs, collect water, track animals, navigate with a map and compass, and make tools
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Some of the brush-craft in this book is a little advanced, however, it's a great way to start learning about survival skills. I purchased this book for a homeschool survival course for my sons. Now, years after they've completed the course we keep it in our bug-out bag and have referred to it quite often during our trail runs.
The book is divided into the four seasons; Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. It gives the best options for your basic survival as it relates to each seasons, e.g. the best place to look for food in the winter, the best shelter to prepare in the summer, etc. There's instructions on how to make anything from a wooden bowl and spoon to tanning your own buck skins. It has drawings of animal droppings and paw prints, instructions on making cordage from plant material, different techniques of building fires, finding water supply, basket and pottery making, fishing hooks-- I could go on and on. It will take you months, even years to explore all of the information in this book.
There are hundreds of survival books to choose from on the market, but at this price this little simple book has a wealth of information hidden in it's pages. The only problem I have with this book is that it doesn't cover basic first-aide. It mentions a first-aide kit, but gives no instructions on how to care for cuts, broken bones, snakebites, fever, etc. Yet, it does mention using fungi for medicine and making a sauna to help sweat out impurities in your body. So you'll need to get a first-aide booklet to accompany this one. You can usually find small FA booklets at any thrift store that carries books. Also, like most all other survival books this one is not water-proof, so you'll need to wrap it in thick plastic and seal it with strong tape to keep it dry. I wrap my field books in doubled freezer bags and seal it with duct tape.