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Bushcraft 101: Field Wilderness Survival

Review Last Updated: March 25, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine
Product Features
  • Advice for wilderness survival
  • 256 Pages of ultimate survival tips
  • Easy to follow advice

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Bushcraft 101: Field Wilderness Survival.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Easy to follow advice
  • Written by top survival instructor
  • Useful for learning basic wilderness skills

Cons

  • Lack of illustrations
  • Information can seem over-simplified at times

Bushcraft 101: Field Wilderness Survival Product Review

This survival guide is designed to prepare you for any time in which you need to survive outdoors. It covers a range of survival skills you’ll need, such as manufacturing tools and protecting yourself from harsh weather.

It focuses on wilderness survival, so don’t expect much talk of how to prepare for terrorist attacks or global emergencies in this survival guide. However, this means there is a lot of detail on bushcraft, which is helpful if you are completely new to the world of survival and need to strengthen your basic survival skills.

You can also take comfort in the fact that the author, Dave Canterbury, is the co-owner and a survival instructor at the Pathfinder School, one of the Top 12 Survival Schools in the USA.

Although there is a focus on wilderness skills, some readers have found that the information is almost too common-sense. At times, there is more of a focus on the science and history behind the techniques, rather than how to perform the techniques themselves.

It is also worth considering that there is arguably a lack of illustrations in this book, which might hinder you if you like to absorb information visually.

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