Alone in the Wild: The Essentials of Wilderness Survival


What happens if you find yourself stranded or lost when your backpack contained only enough supplies for the few hours that you expected to be gone? The wilderness can be a dangerous place and knowing the basics of wilderness survival is *absolutely essential* before heading out on any outdoors adventure!Are you prepared to save your own life?You didn’t plan to get lost — no one ever does. An unexpected weather event, an injury or poor navigation has lead you off the trail and now you’re isolated, perhaps miles from civilization. “Alone in the Wild” by Marcus Duke is all about giving you the tools you’ll need to get yourself out of trouble when things go bad.===========================================================TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Introduction – Create a Survival Kit – Practice Survival Techniques2. Staying Healthy: Basic First Aid and Health Care – Carry a First Aid Kit – What If Someone Is Injured? – Staying Healthy in the WildReal Life Survival: The Harris Brothers3. Fire: A Survival Basic – Collecting Firewood – Laying a Fire – Methods of Starting a Fire – Carrying Fire with You4. Shelter: Staying Warm and Dry – Where to Build – Types of Shelter – Natural Shelters – Insulation and Thatching5. Water: Staying Hydrated Safely – Locating Water Sources – Collecting Water – Drinking Safety: Purify Your Water 6. Finding Food: Keeping Your Strength Up – Edible Plants – Common Plants and How to Prepare Them – Using the Universal Edibility Test – Hunting and Trapping – Snares – Traps – Fishing – Seafood – Other Protein Sources7. Getting Help – Signal Mirrors – Fire and Smoke – Flares – Flashlights – Using Noise – Flat SignalsReal Life Survival: The Connes8. On the Move – Navigation Techniques – Crossing Water – Crossing Water in a Group – Finding CivilizationReal Life Survival: Bill Lawrence9. Cold Weather Survival – Survival Basics in Winter – Shelter in Winter – Treating Cold Injuries10. Desert Survival – Water Needs – Recognizing Dehydration and Heat Exhaustion – Other Desert Dangers11. Final Thoughts

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What happens if you find yourself stranded or lost when your backpack contained only enough supplies for the few hours that you expected to be gone? The wilderness can be a dangerous place and knowing the basics of wilderness survival is *absolutely essential* before heading out on any outdoors adventure!Are you prepared to save your own life?You didn’t plan to get lost — no one ever does. An unexpected weather event, an injury or poor navigation has lead you off the trail and now you’re isolated, perhaps miles from civilization. “Alone in the Wild” by Marcus Duke is all about giving you the tools you’ll need to get yourself out of trouble when things go bad.===========================================================TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Introduction – Create a Survival Kit – Practice Survival Techniques2. Staying Healthy: Basic First Aid and Health Care – Carry a First Aid Kit – What If Someone Is Injured? – Staying Healthy in the WildReal Life Survival: The Harris Brothers3. Fire: A Survival Basic – Collecting Firewood – Laying a Fire – Methods of Starting a Fire – Carrying Fire with You4. Shelter: Staying Warm and Dry – Where to Build – Types of Shelter – Natural Shelters – Insulation and Thatching5. Water: Staying Hydrated Safely – Locating Water Sources – Collecting Water – Drinking Safety: Purify Your Water 6. Finding Food: Keeping Your Strength Up – Edible Plants – Common Plants and How to Prepare Them – Using the Universal Edibility Test – Hunting and Trapping – Snares – Traps – Fishing – Seafood – Other Protein Sources7. Getting Help – Signal Mirrors – Fire and Smoke – Flares – Flashlights – Using Noise – Flat SignalsReal Life Survival: The Connes8. On the Move – Navigation Techniques – Crossing Water – Crossing Water in a Group – Finding CivilizationReal Life Survival: Bill Lawrence9. Cold Weather Survival – Survival Basics in Winter – Shelter in Winter – Treating Cold Injuries10. Desert Survival – Water Needs – Recognizing Dehydration and Heat Exhaustion – Other Desert Dangers11. Final Thoughts

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