Well known to many, this book lays out a wealth of practical skills and valuable knowledge.
|Outdoor Survival Handbook: A Guide To The Resources And Materials Available In The Wild And How To Use Them For Food, Shelter,Warmth And Navigation||
Organised seasonally and containing some techniques and detail not present in Ray's other books. Makes a good companion to Essential Bushcraft.
|The Survival Handbook: A Practical Guide to Woodcraft and Woodlore||
Rough by comparison to Ray's later, more polished books. Here's an insight into the synthesis of knowledge that cleared the way for his definition of bushcraft.
|Bushcraft: Outdoor Skills and Wilderness Survival||
One of Mors's strengths is detail and there's plenty of it here. With an emphasis on the northwoods, this is essential in any bushcraft library.
A delighfully concise manifesto for getting the most out of backwoods travel and camping.
|Camping and Woodcraft: A Handbook for Vacation Campers and for Travelers in the Wilderness||
Now over a hundred years old this is a classic of the American outdoors from a period on the cusp between old time woodcraft and more modern camping.
|SAS Survival Handbook: The ultimate guide to surviving anywhere||
John 'Lofty' Wiseman's classic work of suvival skills and knowledge, remains essential reading.
More than just a list of survival techniques this is a logical and extrememly practical handbook for the application of wilderness skills in survival situations
|OUTDOOR SURVIVAL SKILLS||
A book firmly rooted in 'primitive' skills, yet there is neither romanticism nor theorising as it has all been honed by realistic practical application.