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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Feral hog control: 8 years, some progress, $2.5B damage/year ( Eight years into a U.S. program to control damage from feral pigs, the invasive animals with big appetites and snouts that uproot anything that smells good are still a multibillion-dollar plague on farmers, wildlife and the...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I want to go for a week somewhere in a zone where no human can be found on a radius of 20 km somewhere in Europe, preferable somewhere around 45 degrees lat. Is there any remaining land where no one live?
  3. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Hi, I have a new video about how people catching a wild chicken with simple foot traps, if you like that I will have a video show you how to make this traps. Like and comment in this video if you like, thank you so much! Watch this video here
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I see many people review bright flashlights, like Thrunite TN32, TN36, TN40, OLIGHT SR52UT, but all those reviews just say its not a bushcraft flashlight, wouldnt you want more light in the wilderness at night even if it weighs a little extra?
  5. Texas
    Anyone know someone with some land around SA or hill country that you can hunt some wild hogs/ varmints on? wouldn't mind throwing down some cash to shoot or do some leg work for the opportunity. just alot of the places im finding online are too expensive. Have never cleaned or quarter any...
  6. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Yesterday, while mowing, I noticed that the raised Strawberry bed I planted last year was finally producing a few red berries. There were lots of green berries and about half a dozen red berries. I also noticed that my “hen of the woods” mushroom that grows in the crotch of my maple tree every...
  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I'm searching though the internet on how to make a primitive/survival smokehouse and the art of smoking (mainly fish) but one thing that all my results show is the importance of a brine before smoking; however, one thing I haven't found is how to make a sufficient brine in a wilderness survival...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    So, I was thinking along the lines of getting some heirloom seeds to store 'just in case', but thought, why not take it a step further? Would 'wild' plant seeds fare better or need less maintenance than domesticated plant varieties? From what I understand, most domesticated plant varieties are...
  9. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hiking on a little used trail earlier this week, I come across a small lean to shelter with an old fire and bottles/ tins/ foil around it, which I dismissed as just a simple shelter made by some local teens to have a drink un disturbed. However, continuing along the progressivley poorly...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've seen many books on wild edible plants on amazon but many seem to have plants from places ill never be like tropical does anybody know a good book on wild edible plant focusing on America and preferably north east America?
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    MAN - WOMAN - WILD 9pm EST Discovery Channel Starring Mykel Hawk and his wife Ruth :thumb: Should be interesting. Also followed by a new episode of Dual Survival 10pm EST Grab the beer and popcorn. Time to survive on the couch for two hours..
  12. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Whats your best watch for outdoor use e.g. Timex Expedition Camper? :cool:
  13. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    I live in the Midwest and I do a lot of outdoor activity. The problem is I'm also a type 1 diabetic, and it really stinks to have to carry so much "just in case" supplies while I'm enjoying my various activities. Can anyone tell me what types of wild plants contain a high level of glucose that...
  14. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Listen to the wild Just had a talk with the spouse and was telling her my view why I prefer the Wild over Civilization. In the woods I wouldnt have to answer or listen to the pine trees and their problems. The only thing I would have to listen to is the chittering squirrels and Birds who...
  15. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    I was walking along the edge of the woods near my parent's house, when i came across these small trees/shrubs. They looked like they might be a type of fruit bearing tree, so i cleared out the privets and yaupons from around them. I haven't seen them bloom yet, so i dont know quite what that...
  16. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    ID this plant and what can be done with it? The plant is growing in a pond that cuts off from a salt water marsh. Location: East Texas Date: June, 2008 When I was growing up, this pond goes to the marsh I used to camp next to. I have spent many a nights looking over the grass flats of...
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