Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival

Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness


Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival ❮BOOKS❯ ✴ Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival ✪ Author Dave Canterbury – Polishdarling.co.uk With advice on not just getting along, but truly reconnecting with the great outdoors, Dave Canterbury s treasure trove of world renowned wisdom and experience comes to life within these pagesBustleA With advice on not just getting along, but A Field Epub à truly reconnecting with the great outdoors, Dave Canterbury s treasure trove of world renowned wisdom and experience comes to Bushcraft 101: PDF or life within these pagesBustleA New York Times Bestseller in Sports and Travel The ultimate resource for experiencing the backcountry Written by survivalist expert Dave Canterbury, Bushcraftgets you ready 101: A Field MOBI ð for your next backcountry trip with advice on making the most of your time outdoors Based on the Cs of Survivability cutting tools, covering, combustion devices, containers, and cordages this valuable guide offers only the most important survival skills to help you craft resources from your surroundings and truly experience the beauty and thrill of the wilderness Inside, you ll also discover detailed information on Choosing the right items for your kit Manufacturing needed tools and supplies Collecting and cooking food Protecting yourself from the elements With Canterbury s guidance, you ll not only prepare yourself for any climate and situation, you ll also learn how to use the art of bushcraft to reconnect with nature in ways you ve never imagined.


10 thoughts on “Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival

  1. Carla Carla says:

    I found this book to be very informative, however the other is SOOOOOOO fucking sexist it s unfucking real. Sorry for the swearing but I don t think the author knows what a woman is BUT he has great survival skills and great techniques that I have retained and will use in my future I recommend this book to any man that thinks only they can survive the wild and that are also born in 1910 I would have given this 5 stars but I just can t get past the fact that the writer did not mentio I found this book to be very informative, however the other is SOOOOOOO fucking sexist it s unfucking real. Sorry for the swearing but I don t think the author knows what a woman is BUT he has great survival skills and great techniques that I have retained and will use in my future I recommend this book to any man that thinks only they can survive the wild and that are also born in 1910 I would have given this 5 stars but I just can t get past the fact that the writer did not mention ONE woman I am not a feminist but I also don t tolerate ignorance


  2. Erin the Avid Reader ⚜BFF& Erin the Avid Reader ⚜BFF& says:

    FINAL RATING 3.5 STARSREVIEW TO COME MOMENTARILY


  3. Nikole Nikole says:

    This is a very informative book and an easy read He covers all the basics without confusion and keeps it light I wish there was a bitdetail with some of the subject matter but he did release another book called Advanced Bushcraft 101 so I m hoping my additional detail will be in there He should think about adding additional content online to accompany his books video tutorials, drawings charts info graphs, etc That would be a muchrounded offering for the novice survivalist suc This is a very informative book and an easy read He covers all the basics without confusion and keeps it light I wish there was a bitdetail with some of the subject matter but he did release another book called Advanced Bushcraft 101 so I m hoping my additional detail will be in there He should think about adding additional content online to accompany his books video tutorials, drawings charts info graphs, etc That would be a muchrounded offering for the novice survivalist such as myself I will still buy his other books like 1 Advanced Bushcraft 101, 2 First Aid, and 3 Trapping, Gathering, and Cooking and the reference guides too


  4. Peter (Pete) Mcloughlin Peter (Pete) Mcloughlin says:

    An excellent basic primer on survival skills and tools to live in the wilderness It cuts to the chase and explains the most important necessities of surviving and gives clear guidance on what to do, what tools you will need, how to get food water and shelter and common medicinal plants Excellent guide small easy to understand and essential.


  5. Bookish Bookish says:

    I ve been reading Dave Canterbury s Bushcraft 101 A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival The book is research for a project I m working on but it s also a personal passion of mine to study survival techniques As such, I ve read other books on bushcraft and wilderness survival tracking living before I ve found this one particularly useful and user friendly, with easy to follow instructions and helpful illustrations My son was also taken with the book and we plan on making tools and I ve been reading Dave Canterbury s Bushcraft 101 A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival The book is research for a project I m working on but it s also a personal passion of mine to study survival techniques As such, I ve read other books on bushcraft and wilderness survival tracking living before I ve found this one particularly useful and user friendly, with easy to follow instructions and helpful illustrations My son was also taken with the book and we plan on making tools and recipes outlined within Myf


  6. TJ Wilson TJ Wilson says:

    This is a very good introduction of what you should expect to learn and know if you choose to be out in the wild Definitely going to check out his YouTube channel and see some things demonstrated.I also got a good laugh concerning the wild varmint recipes in the back of the book, even though they are probably serious.


  7. Whitney Boecker Whitney Boecker says:

    Very informative, want to read again to attaininfo If you are wanting to start out learning basic bushcraft and wilderness survival skills you will get a good taste in this book It smodernized than other bushcraft books that were written decades ago so it lists actual brands one can buy from and also comparisons with current hiking and camping gear.


  8. Hugh Madsen Hugh Madsen says:

    Good intro into the subject I like to highlight my how to educational books and I went through a whole highlighter From a survivalist stand point, it shows you what you need to think about in your area Some sections are a bit monotonous but that s because they didn t apply to me personally I don t plan to do trapping with commercial traps Book is a great store of knowledge for beginners and should be reread until the information is internalized.


  9. Clayton Clayton says:

    I was hoping there would beabout trapping and foraging for edible foods More like a survival book For those who never did scouting, this may be very informative.


  10. Maddie (chartermagicandsteel) Maddie (chartermagicandsteel) says:

    I will probably end up reading this for writing research


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


10 thoughts on “Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival

  1. Carla Carla says:

    I found this book to be very informative, however the other is SOOOOOOO fucking sexist it s unfucking real. Sorry for the swearing but I don t think the author knows what a woman is BUT he has great survival skills and great techniques that I have retained and will use in my future I recommend this book to any man that thinks only they can survive the wild and that are also born in 1910 I would have given this 5 stars but I just can t get past the fact that the writer did not mentio I found this book to be very informative, however the other is SOOOOOOO fucking sexist it s unfucking real. Sorry for the swearing but I don t think the author knows what a woman is BUT he has great survival skills and great techniques that I have retained and will use in my future I recommend this book to any man that thinks only they can survive the wild and that are also born in 1910 I would have given this 5 stars but I just can t get past the fact that the writer did not mention ONE woman I am not a feminist but I also don t tolerate ignorance


  2. Erin the Avid Reader ⚜BFF& Erin the Avid Reader ⚜BFF& says:

    FINAL RATING 3.5 STARSREVIEW TO COME MOMENTARILY


  3. Nikole Nikole says:

    This is a very informative book and an easy read He covers all the basics without confusion and keeps it light I wish there was a bitdetail with some of the subject matter but he did release another book called Advanced Bushcraft 101 so I m hoping my additional detail will be in there He should think about adding additional content online to accompany his books video tutorials, drawings charts info graphs, etc That would be a muchrounded offering for the novice survivalist suc This is a very informative book and an easy read He covers all the basics without confusion and keeps it light I wish there was a bitdetail with some of the subject matter but he did release another book called Advanced Bushcraft 101 so I m hoping my additional detail will be in there He should think about adding additional content online to accompany his books video tutorials, drawings charts info graphs, etc That would be a muchrounded offering for the novice survivalist such as myself I will still buy his other books like 1 Advanced Bushcraft 101, 2 First Aid, and 3 Trapping, Gathering, and Cooking and the reference guides too


  4. Peter (Pete) Mcloughlin Peter (Pete) Mcloughlin says:

    An excellent basic primer on survival skills and tools to live in the wilderness It cuts to the chase and explains the most important necessities of surviving and gives clear guidance on what to do, what tools you will need, how to get food water and shelter and common medicinal plants Excellent guide small easy to understand and essential.


  5. Bookish Bookish says:

    I ve been reading Dave Canterbury s Bushcraft 101 A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival The book is research for a project I m working on but it s also a personal passion of mine to study survival techniques As such, I ve read other books on bushcraft and wilderness survival tracking living before I ve found this one particularly useful and user friendly, with easy to follow instructions and helpful illustrations My son was also taken with the book and we plan on making tools and I ve been reading Dave Canterbury s Bushcraft 101 A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival The book is research for a project I m working on but it s also a personal passion of mine to study survival techniques As such, I ve read other books on bushcraft and wilderness survival tracking living before I ve found this one particularly useful and user friendly, with easy to follow instructions and helpful illustrations My son was also taken with the book and we plan on making tools and recipes outlined within Myf


  6. TJ Wilson TJ Wilson says:

    This is a very good introduction of what you should expect to learn and know if you choose to be out in the wild Definitely going to check out his YouTube channel and see some things demonstrated.I also got a good laugh concerning the wild varmint recipes in the back of the book, even though they are probably serious.


  7. Whitney Boecker Whitney Boecker says:

    Very informative, want to read again to attaininfo If you are wanting to start out learning basic bushcraft and wilderness survival skills you will get a good taste in this book It smodernized than other bushcraft books that were written decades ago so it lists actual brands one can buy from and also comparisons with current hiking and camping gear.


  8. Hugh Madsen Hugh Madsen says:

    Good intro into the subject I like to highlight my how to educational books and I went through a whole highlighter From a survivalist stand point, it shows you what you need to think about in your area Some sections are a bit monotonous but that s because they didn t apply to me personally I don t plan to do trapping with commercial traps Book is a great store of knowledge for beginners and should be reread until the information is internalized.


  9. Clayton Clayton says:

    I was hoping there would beabout trapping and foraging for edible foods More like a survival book For those who never did scouting, this may be very informative.


  10. Maddie (chartermagicandsteel) Maddie (chartermagicandsteel) says:

    I will probably end up reading this for writing research


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *