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Desert Survival: Tips for Finding Water

It is said that Earth is the only planet known to have permanent bodies of liquid water on its surface, which is essential to sustain life January 2020, Mojave Desert All life on Earth requires water to survive Without water a person could die within three days But how much water does a person need …


Top 4 Primitive Technology To Create Traps – Survival Series

Primitive Survival Bed in the Desert Sand

Primitive Survival Bed in the Desert Sand

Somewhere in the Colorado Desert This is a suitable location with soft sand I made this carrying net in a previous video I also made this bag from cattail leaves The calabash bottle gourd accompanies me everywhere When the sun sets the temperature quickly begins to drop This rock fire ring is designed to reflect …


Survival 101 Pt. 3

THERAPIST JEFF ADORADOR IS BACK HERE WITH A FAIRLY EASY WAY TO MAKE A FIRE IF YOU DON’T HAVE MATCHES OR A LIGHTER. Reporter: FIRST STEP IN MAKING FIRE BY FRICTION IS MAKING A GOOD TINDER BUNDLE. THESE ARE PALM FRONDS AND INNER BARK FROM THE COTTONWOOD. YOU HAVE A FIRE BOARD AT YOUR BASE. …


Across the Smokies: Breaking an Endurance Record

The Appalachian Trail. A 2,143-mile-long path stretching from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Mt. Katahdin, Maine. 71.4 miles of the Appalachian Trail, locally known as the AT, run through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Most backpackers take a week to hike this rugged section of the trail, but one Smoky Mountains park ranger, Dave Worth, …


Navy Skills for Life – Land Survival Training – Priorities

If you find yourself lost in a wilderness or you’re out in a wilderness and the weather gets bad, one of the first priorities are to build a shelter. And it may be a hasty shelter but it will get you out of the bad weather, the rain, the wind. Next priority you need to …


Fall Harvest & Cook – Acorn and Mesquite

Fall Harvest & Cook – Acorn and Mesquite

I have completed final work on the rocket stove The edible pods of the honey mesquite tree ripen in November and December here The ripe pods easily come off of the branch Unripe pods are difficult to remove This species is called honey mesquite because bees especially like the flowers Hundreds of species of oak …



A Survivalist Explains How To Survive In The Woods

Backpacking & Camping Tips : Staying Warm in a Sleeping Bag

Backpacking & Camping Tips : Staying Warm in a Sleeping Bag

Hi, I’m Richard Fields. In this clip we’re going to talk about how to stay warm in your sleeping bag. Of course, zipping it up all the way is, number one. Your bag needs to be on a, a good quality pad to insulate you from the ground, where you’re going to loose most of …

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