Basic Bush SurvivalBook - 1997
Across North America in any given year, there are dozens of people who go missing in the woods. Some are found in a matter of hours, some are found in days (not always alive), and some are never found. Most are totally unprepared for the ordeal and have no idea what to do once they realise that they are lost. Author Ted Meyers has created an easy-to-read guide which spells out to the readers how to avoid trouble in the woods and what to do if they should find themselves in a dilemma. Filled with pictures and diagrams, the book describes how to construct shelters, snares and fish nets. It details how to light a campfire, cook wild flora and fauna and recognise harmful plants and animals. This book is a must for hunters, campers, hikers or anyone contemplating a trip through the wilderness, whether it be forest, desert or southern bayou. Don't leave home without it.
Publisher: Surrey, B.C. : Hancock House Publishers, c1997.
Characteristics: 159 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,22 cm.