How to Stay Alive in the Woods: A Complete Guide to Food, Shelter, and Self-Preservation That Makes Starvation in the Wilderness Next to Impossible

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Touchstone, Mar 2, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 288 pages
For more than 30 years, sportsmen, hunters, and camping families have carried this book with them every time they have ventured into the woods. In 26 clearly written, illustrated chapters, Bradford Angier spells out tips that can save time, energy and even lives. Illustrations.

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This is a great book. It's practical, straight-forward and useful and yet it can be read cover-to-cover and enjoyed as a kind of armchair survival adventure. Worth owning. Read full review

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Put this book in your pack when you head out to the woods or beyond. It might just save your life.


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Bradford Angier is a seasoned outdoorsman who has lived in many types of wilderness. He is the author of many books on the outdoors, including At Home in the Wilderness, Wilderness Cookery and The Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants.

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