By Chris McNab (Author), Chris McNab (Author)
With tips and techniques from special forces manuals, the book is divided into seven chapters: dealing with survival psychology; equipment and clothing; living off the land; shelter; dangers; first aid; and navigation. Clearly illustrated throughout, the book offers useful tips on a vast array of topics, including essential survival kit; finding water; foraging for plant food; dealing with dangerous animals; building shelters; the will to survive; how to forage for food; tracking animals; following rivers and paths; administering first aid; constructing a makeshift splint; and navigating without a map. With more than 300 easy-to-follow artworks and handy pull-out lists of key information, Wilderness Survival is the definitive pocket guide for anyone stranded in the wilderness—it could save your life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Chris McNab is a wilderness expert, military specialist, and author of over 20 survival publications, including How to Survive Anything, Anywhere, Living off the Land, and SAS Training Manual: Endurance Techniques. He holds a PhD from the University of Wales and lives in South Wales, UK.