94 Wilderness Survival Tricks

Claude Nelson
By Claude Nelson July 1, 2015 14:50

94 Wilderness Survival Tricks

Part of the advice in these two videos is clearly questionable, but there are also some good points. Technically, in 25 minutes you can learn a lot of stuff just by watching the videos. Enjoy!

  1. Scroll downHow to start a fire with your lighter when it runs out of gas (0:00)
  2. Use an aluminum foil as a dry platform to start the fire in wet weather (0:10)
  3. How to lower the light of your flashlight to operate in stealth mode (0:24)
  4. How to find north and south using your watch and the sun (0:32)
  5. How to easily find The North Star (0:52)
  6. Having a guitar case as a B.O.B. (1:20)
  7. Homemade ballistic protection – stops a 22 long rifle bullet (I wouldn’t count on this though) (1:36)
  8. Purify water with bleach (ratio in the video) (1:57)
  9. Use toothpaste to treat insect bites or stings; (2:03)
  10. If you put tent pegs laid across 2 logs you have a shift grill; (2:13)
  11. Make your own fishing kit using a can, a thorn and some string; (2:16)
  12. In wet conditions you can easily acquire tinder by shaving off strips of the inner bark of twigs and logs; (2:20)
  13. Placing large rocks around a camp fire will keep your warmer because they will absorb heat even though the fire dies; (2:27)
  14. Add charcoal to the water while boiling in order to remove the unpleasant smell; (2:39)
  15. The inner strands of a paracord helps you tie your equipment or make a shelter without using the whole paracord. (2:52)
  16. Duct tape a thermal blanket to the inside of your shelter to stay warm; (3:00)
  17. Put a glowstick in your B.O.B. in case you’ll want to attract attention. (3:10)
  18. If you carry a rain coat you can use it as a make shift shelter, you can also create a solar still to gather and purify sea water or you can use it to collect rain water; (3:23)
  19. Put some water purification tablets in your pack; (3:47)
  20. Use barbwire to make a fishing hook with paracord. (3:56)
  21. Don’t throw away animal entrails; use them as bait for fishing, traps and snares; (4:20)
  22. How to remove the stinging sensation after you accidentally touch a stinging nettle; (4:36)
  23. Don’t waste time on chopping logs, a swift kick is perfect; (4:50)
  24. Don’t forget your first aid kit and copies of important documents (birth certificate, medical records etc.); (5:02)
  25. Pack a small amount of money; (5:19)
  26. Make yourself a platform out of leaves and weeds to create yourself a soft raised bed (5:27)
  27. When you pack your bag, put the light equipment at the bottom and the heavy things on top; (5:57)
  28. Avoid sweating in cold weather; (6:10)
  29. Carry a pack of cigarettes even though you are not a smoker; (6:33)
  30. Keep insects away with smoke; (6:42)
  31. Don’t forget to pack some pairs of socks; (6:59)
  32. If you get a blister, take a duct tape and place it directly over the area; (7:10)
  33. Carry chewing gum with you, it has a mild laxative effect; (7:41)
  34. Don’t drink too much water on an empty stomach; (7:51)
  35. Know how to signal S.O.S.; (8:18)
  36. Don’t set up camp near water; (8:43)
  37. The internationally recognized distress signal: raise both arms up into Y position and back down erratically; (9:00)
  38. 4 reasons to stop smoking during a survival situation; (9:49)
  39. Don’t drink water just because you see an animal doing it (10:18)
  40. If you come across coconuts, drink the milk only from green coconuts (10:28)
  41. Another reason to carry aluminum foil in your B.O.B.; (10:43)
  1. scroll down2Cramp Balls can be very useful when you need to start a fire; (0:00)
  2. How to make an easy signal torch; (0:45)
  3. Start a fire using bark; (0:59)
  4. Start a fire using a pencil sharper; (1:24)
  5. Start a fire using dandelion; (1:33)
  6. Start a fire using feathers; (1:43)
  7. Start a fire using pine resin; (1:50)
  8. If you melt some pine resin, you will get a glue which can be used in different situations; (1:56)
  9. How to make a signal fire; (2:35)
  10. Don’t just insulate your shelter, insulate yourself; (2:46)
  11. Use your plastic sandwich bag and a water purification tablet to purify water;  (2:54)
  12. Gather water from moss; (3:05)
  13. Gather dew water using your clothes; (3:18)
  14. Waterproofing your gear; (3:29)
  15. Make a water filter using charcoal, sand and grass; (3:44)
  16. You can use your aluminum foil to make a bowl to boil the water; (4:12)H2O Device
  17. Used shotgun shells can be melted down and reshaped in order to build different tools; (4:26)
  18. Start a fire using pine cones; (4:43)
  19. Place an aluminum foil next to the fire to use as much of the heat as possible; (4:56)
  20. Reflecting the heat of the fire with natural materials; (5:12)
  21. Make a giant mirror using aluminum foil; (5:25)
  22. Put in your BOB a simple signal device; (5:38)
  23. Don’t rely on signal mirrors because they depend on the sunlight and can’t reflect sunlight in a northern direction, you will need two mirrors to do that; (5:54)
  24. If you are in the northern hemisphere, and the sun is in the highest point of the sky, then that’s south; (6:15)
  25. Use raw apples to heal a wound or ulceration; (6:27)
  26. The pine resin can also be used as an antiseptic liquid; (6:38)
  27. Use acorns, oak bark or blackberry as a remedy for diarrhea; (7:12)
  28. Use rose hips or dandelion for constipation problems; (7:45)
  29. Avoid being snow blinded using charcoal or bark; (8:03)
  30. Melt the snow before drinking it; (8:51)
  31. How to use dock leaves as a natural antihistamine; (9:01)
  32. Use willow tree inner-bark as aspirin; (9:19)
  33. Use cattails to start a fire; (9:41)
  34. Make a toothpaste using charcoal; (9:55)
  35. If the food is almost over, then the best thing you can do is to wait until night to eat because your body will burn a lot of calories during the night to keep you warm; (10:06)
  36. Use alcohol as an antiseptic; (10:17)
  37. If you are dehydrated, drinking your own urine is not the answer, it will dehydrate you even more; (10:30)
  38. Use paracord to make a glue; (10:47)
  39. Tampons can be used to stop bleeding or to start a fire; (11:01)
  40. How to harden your wooden tools; (11:15)
  41. Placing duct tape on the edge of a hot water container will prevent burning your lips; (11:24)
  42. Use aluminum foil to boil water faster; (11:32)
  43. Make a pillow using trash bags and leaves; (11:52)
  44. A scarf can help you do a lot of things; (12:12)
  45. A duct tape is very useful; (12:23)
  46. A reflecting emergency blanket can be used to cool down or to heat yourself; (12:34)
  47. Insulate your shelter with natural materials, such as pine branches; (12:51)
  48. Bark from a dead tree will help you build up your waterproof roof; (13:00)
  49. Use strings (guitar strings here) to catch animals; (13:29)
  50. Rat traps can be very useful; (13:32)
  51. A red sky can be a sign that a storm is close; (13:43)
  52. Pack up some toilet paper; (13:57)

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Claude Nelson
By Claude Nelson July 1, 2015 14:50
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  1. Dick September 26, 19:53

    watching your videos is interesting, BUT, I would rather read the article. A book on these subjects would be the better way to get this information.

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  2. Tim November 4, 00:33

    I too would like a pdf? version of all these survival tips.

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