The Survival Handbook: Essential Skills for Outdoor Adventure (Anglais) Broché – 20 février 2012
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Among a myriad of outdoor skills, it teaches readers how to make shelters, find water, and spot, catch, and cook wild food. And if there's an emergency, it shows which essential first-aid techniques to use when, how to mount a rescue, and even how to get yourself found. Now in Paperback!
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I love to hike and spend time in the outdoors so this book is potentially lifesaving if I ever have to put the knowledge to use. Please note: this book is pretty big and heavy. It is not a book you want to pack away with your survival supplies!!!! I recommend taking it along to practice some of the skills on your next outing, but it is literally impossible to totally absorb all of this information unless you have years of field experience and training. That kind of exposure comes with time.
Remember one important acronym if you don't care away anything else. "Please remember what's first." Or quite simply PRWF. Protection (appropriate clothing, fire, and shelter), Rescue (signalling and navigation), Water, and then Food in order of importance. Make a plan before you venture into the wilderness. Always tell somebody where you are going, make/model and license plate of the vehicle, what you are wearing, when you expect to arrive, and when they will hear from you. If an emergency happens and they don't hear from you they will contact authorities to assemble a search party. Stay with your vehicle if possible because that is the first place searchers will look. Start getting your signal devices ready (signal mirror, whistle, smoke bomb, bright clothing) because you might only have a chance at rescue once.
Great book for anyone wanting to expand his or her knowledge of the TRUE OUTDOOR SURVIVALIST.The book has tons of USEFUL images and facts, ideas on water collecting,food gathering,fire starting,and detailed images on Shelter building and setting up traps for food. I gave the book only 4 stars due to one simple fact. ITS HARD BACK. I got two copies of the book myself. I went through one book and removed the hard covering and removed certain pages from it like desert survival and other topics that are not in my realm of travel. The other copy sits upon my book shelf which I still pick up often. The book also covers Survival on just about every type of Earths surface, from deserts,the arctic,to the jungles to your own back yard.I love the details on putting together your own little survival kits and how to pack your gear. Great section of foods to eat and other ways to keep your energy levels in check.