Ray Mears Outdoor Survival Handbook : A Guide to the Materials in the Wild and How To Use them for Food, Warmth, Shelter and Navigation
Ray Mears' Outdoor Survival Handbook is a book of discovery, explaining the everyday skills you need to live in and enjoy the natural world. Season by season, this unique, fully illustrated guide describes the resources and materials available in the wild and how to use them. Whether you want to spend a day, a week or a month out of doors, Ray Mears' Outdoor Survival Handbook will help you enjoy it to the full. Packed with practical tips, insights into nature and respect for traditional knowledge, this is a book for families, groups and individual hikers and climbers - for everyone who enjoys outdoor life.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 152 x 232 x 20mm | 322.05g
- 30 May 2001
- Ebury Publishing
- Ebury Press
- London, United Kingdom
Season by season, this unique, fully illustrated guide describes the resources available in the wild and how to use them. Step-by-step instructions and diagrams show how to master techniques such as constructing a waterproof shelter, building a good fire, identifying medicinal herbs, and much more.
About Ray Mears
Ray Mears is a master of primitive technology and a specialist in Native American living skills. He lectures on the outdoors and hosts his own BBC2 series, "Ray Mears' World of Survival."