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Water bottle, water purification tablets, ready-to-eat meal, and waterproof matches

These rules may help you survive if something goes wrong.

  • Give a responsible person your hunting plan.
  • Don’t travel or hunt alone.
  • Take enough food and water to last for several days in an emergency.
  • Bring a map and compass, and always orient yourself before leaving camp.
  • Wear layered clothing, and take extra clothing, preferably wool and polyester, with you.
  • Plan your outings so that you can return to camp before dark.
  • Never leave camp without taking fire-starting equipment and a foil blanket.
  • Don’t panic if you become lost.

Skills of the Survivor

Hosted by Peter Kummerfeldt, one of the world’s leading authorities on survival, this video acquaints you with the skills necessary to survive an outdoor emergency. The flash drive is available from NBEF or by calling 605-716-0596.

Skills of the Survivor
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