20 Wilderness Survival Tips and Bushcraft Skills

20 Wilderness Survival Tips and Bushcraft Skills

20 Wilderness Survival Tips & Bushcraft Skills. First 1,000 who click this link: will get 2 free months of Premium Skillshare and explore your creativity.

Here is a few handy survival tips and bushcraft skills that might help you in a wilderness survival situation. Ranging from making fire, water purification, using natural materials to build shelters and a few urban survival tips.

0:00 – Intro
0:41 The Cramp Ball Fungus
02:00 Mosquito Repellent
02:28 Tin Can Fishing Hook
02:58 Tin Can Woodstove
03:46 Primitive Glue
04:54 Wood Drinking Cup
06:39 Hand Sanitiser Fire
07:24 Tree Root Cordage
08:33 Feathersticks
09:17 Basket Weaving
10:46 Axe Cutting Technique
11:30 Hanking Cordage
12:15 Fire Roll
13:11 Tree Bark Cordage
13:57 Tree Bark Roof Tiles
14:48 Potassium Permanganate Fire
15:40 Fish Skin Sandpaper
16:33 Headtorch Tip
17:04 Birch Bark Fire
17:58 Duct Tape Fire
19:02 Bottle Filter

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54 thoughts on “20 Wilderness Survival Tips and Bushcraft Skills

  1. There is beyond 101 uses for conifer pitch!
    I like to make candles/ lanterns with it. as long as the body of it stays warm, it will wick.

  2. None of those vines here.. but blackberry vine works great and are in many places. Ive also used poison oak (im immune to it) because it often vines very far..
    A little pine pitch in the larger side of a feather stick makes a super hot torch that may even drip fire.

    1. I prefer the sand and char filter, Its a good idea to boil the sand if you arent boiling the char filtered water.
      However a tightly rolled cloth stuffed through the bottle opening works incredibly well. Just do not leave cloth to be wet for over a day.
      Great videos. I do lots of the same but still feel like Im picking things up

  3. I pay 15 dollars a month to have no advertisements and tools like this guy want to sell out and ruin youtube for everyone

  4. Just as a heads up, one of these tips could be risky. It’s the one regarding flipping the battery in your head lamp. If the lamp doesn’t have current protection it could ruin your device or theoretically (unlikely) start a surprise fire.

    It’s fairly standard to put a diode to prevent current in the wrong direction, but cheaper/Chinese knockoffs may skimp. You may be able to get away with it just due to how leds function however.

  5. The tree resin will be easy to take off when you hold your knife to a fire so it melts off . Nice camping brothers

  6. Anyone else noticed how Mike copies AlfieAesthetics thumbnails to a T. Same style, same font, everything. And also how he has copied other YouTubers on his ‘builds’ (Saxon, Viking etc)? Again, same video content, same thumbnail and all that. Content is a bit samey with this channel too, just ‘top 10 tips’ etc now, or more ‘overnight in X build house’. I use to like this channel but it’s got boring now, and as I’ve discovered how much content on here is copied from other YouTubers original content I’ve lost all respect. If anyone has seen MCQ Bushcrafts ‘Coastal bushcraft/survival videos’ and then watched Mike’s, you’ll see a perfect example of how this guy just copies other people’s content, changes a few things, and expects everyone to not notice. I’ve unsubscribed.

  7. Install high rock fence walls and dig a deep ditch around the fences to prevent animals from attacking in

  8. Knowledge is powerful. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. Keeping a level head and being able to use logic under pressure comes with knowledge and knowing what to do and when. Great video thanks for sharing. Stay safe my friends.

  9. The strange thing is I know the majority of the survival hacks you covered in this, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it! 😕🧐👀 lol You are good young man! Thanks for sharing your awesome survival skills and knowledge of nature in general bro! 😎👌 you have a new subscriber 👍

  10. Y’all I can’t stress it enough, when going in the wild, for extra safety carry fishing hooks and line with you!

  11. 17:58 I mean… there is a saying that goes “if you can’t fix it with duct tape, you’re not using enough duct tape” so… yeah, it’s a must in every situation

  12. Here is my thoughts.. If the shxt does really hit the fan and people have to exist like this… Firstly, there will be no police or rule of law.. You agree with that right? The entire system is gone.. So in that situation the group of people who have the toughest fighters and the most weapons & ammo will just take all they want from those that have spent years preparing for the event.. That sounds perfectly logical to me. I would be interested to hear your thoughts on how things would really go down.
    Survial of the Fittest … Not survival of the best prepared… That is nature.

  13. We are fixin’ to be living a waking nightmare as civilization effectively wiping out the planets ability to maintain its ecosystems due to out actions
    We need a cataclysm if we want humanity to survive even the century. The world should never have more than 100 million humans on it at once.
    We can reduce the worlds population by 6.95billion or the world will get rid of us and many other species without any effort at all

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