Listen as Youtuber Coalcracker Bushcraft, also known as “Dan”, instructs listeners on how to care for a wound in the woods when a first aid kit is not available. The main idea is that you can create a bandage out of the things you are probably carrying in your backpack or hiking gear.
Another audio clip from The Infographics Show, here is a useful summary of all the areas you should cover in terms of survival skills when out in the wilderness. Most of us would be pretty useless if dropped in the middle of a jungle or forest, so the creators give insight on how to stay alive.
If you ever find yourself in a sticky situation where foraging for food is crucial to your survival, you will need to be sure to not consume any poisonous and potentially deadly plants in the wild. Listen to this audio guide that covers five of the poisonous plants to avoid.
Being stranded on a deserted island in your lifetime is extremely unlikely, but not entirely impossible. So, what should you do if you all of the sudden find yourself stranded on an island? The Infographics Show has you covered with these quick tips on what to do and how to stay calm.
On the off chance that you end up diverting from the beaten path and have to fend for yourself until rescued, BlackScoutSurvival has a whole tutorial on the tools and materials you need to build an emergency survival kit. Being prepared just in case is always better than not being prepared at all.
Listen as Youtube survival guru Martin Survival and instructor Shawn Kelly join together to construct and build a dugout shelter. In just under seven minutes, the two describe how to gather the right materials for the shelter when out in the wilderness, and how to make a shovel to do the digging.
In this seven-minute audio clip, expert Josh Richland talks about what type of fuel and what steps to take to build and start a successful fire. He recommends always using natural materials and the importance of getting everything ready to go before you work for a flame.
There are a bunch of audio and video tutorials available that give you the step-by-step on how to filter dirty water, but what about how to find the water at all? This can be a problem one runs into if stranded out in the wild, and humans can only go three to four days without any water.
Listen to 20 quick tips on surviving in the wilderness that may just save you in an emergency. Think of it as sort of a summary that gives an overview of things you may already know and then some things you may have never thought about before.