10+ Bushcraft Skills and Wilderness Survival Hacks by TA Outdoors

We have come across many survival channels on YouTube and TA Outdoors is by far one of the best ones. Check out their video on ten plus bushcraft skills and wilderness survival hacks that we know you will appreciate. Any good prepper knows that you can never do enough prepping. Watch the video and let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. Also, do not forget to subscribe to TA Outdoors for more badass survival tips and tricks.

Primitive Technology: How To Make A Stone Axe

Not gonna lie, this is one badass dude. Watch this awesome video by Primitive Technology on YouTube of this guy showing us how to make a stone axe. The thing is, he only uses primitive tools to make this cool axe! Lets us know what you think by leaving a comment below and don't forget to subscribe. Or don't, it's your choice.

How To Escape Quicksand

Because you never know when you will have to get out of some quicksand. Number one rule... Do Not Panic! Thanks to the folks at The Art of Manliness for this infographic. 

Endangered Species In Latin America

In case you ever wondered what species of animals are going extinct in Latin America...here is the following infographic. What can be done about this?

How To Collect Safe Drinking Water From The Wilderness

Here is a cool infographic I came across while surfing the internet. In case you are ever stuck in the wilderness with no water, here are some simple tips. Because you never know. Let us know what you think about this infographic by leaving a comment below. 

Coastal Foraging for Scallops, Mussels, Oysters and More With The Fish Locker

Check out this video on coastal foraging for scallops, mussels, cockles, oysters, and clams from the folks at The Fish Locker. This guy does an amazing job of guiding us through the process of coastal foraging while enjoying time with this family. It is honestly a very wholesome video and we would highly recommend subscribing to their YouTube channel. Now watch the video and let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. Enjoy!

The Wood Duck [Infographic]

Some fascinating facts about the wood duck from the folks at outdoorsnews.com. Did you know that they can fly at 60 days old?

The Wood Duck

How Long Does it Take for Food to Go Bad?

According to the following chart, wine can last from 4-6 months in the freezer after being opened! That's if you can resist the temptation of drinking the entire bottle in one night. But hey, to each their own.

Courtesy: survivalpunk.com

USA Spider Chart

Check out this chart about spiders in the U.S. I am not a huge fan of these creepy crawlers, especially the black widow, but best believe that I have a lot of respect for them. Tiny but can be deadly!

USA Spider Chart

What NOT To Do In A Zombie Apocalypse!

Believe it or not, I have come across individuals that have absolutely zero zombie knowledge. Sad but true. The good news is that Google exists and people can always Youtube zombie related movies/shows. You can also read the following list on what NOT to do in a zombie apocalypse. Enjoy!

Do NOT Get Bitten By A Zombie
Most would say that this is an obvious one but for the sake of covering the basics it must be included in my list. Why shouldn’t you get bit by a zombie? Because then you become a zombie. Duh, right? Note to self: Don’t ever try to kiss a zombie or attempt to feed one.
Do NOT Get Caught Without A Weapon
Seriously though…if you are in the middle of a zombie apocalypse and you still haven’t tried to acquire some sort of weapon, then all hope is lost. Might as well just give up now and become zombie food. Try to pick up a gun, crossbow, axe, a baseball bat...anything. Even having a household kitchen knife handy is better than having nothing at all. Remember, aim for their brains.

The Walking Dead aka Zombies and Melee Weapons
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Do NOT Make Excessive Noise
It seems like zombies would still have their sense of hearing and so it is important to not make too much noise. In other words, do not celebrate New Year’s Day in the zombie apocalypse by lighting fireworks near your hideout. If you have to take out a zombie, try using a melee weapon or a crossbow instead of a gun in order to minimize noise.

Do NOT Linger Around Well Lit Areas/Objects
In addition to hearing, zombies can still see so do not become zombie bait by walking around with a strobe light at night. Save the rave parties for after the zombie apocalypse. Again, just maintain some common sense folks. Cover all windows at night so that light from inside your home doesn’t attract zombies wandering the streets.

Do NOT Travel Through Over-Populated Areas
It would be wise to not venture into areas that once had a large population of residents because chances are that during a zombie apocalypse, these places will be inhabited by hordes of the walking dead. Avoid cities, hospitals, shopping malls, hotels, possibly graveyards…just saying.

The Walking Dead aka Zombies in the City
Source: giphy
Do NOT Get Attached To Zombie Versions of Your Loved Ones
If your friend or family member gets bit by a zombie, forget it...tell them how much you love them then immediately shoot ‘em in the head. Unless you used to be a scientist and may have the cure for the zombie virus, do not bother with loved ones turned zombies. They will eat you!

Do NOT Try To Capture and Domesticate Zombies
Nooo, zombies are not like dogs or cats. They do not make good pets! Do not attempt to train them or teach them techniques such as how to roll over or play dead…

Do NOT Lose Your Sense of Cautiousness and Vigilance
Last but definitely not least, don’t ever assume that you are safe or completely out of danger. Bad things happen when you least expect it. Always be on your guard and ever vigilant of your surroundings. Keep a close eye on the living as well. Desperate people are capable of doing anything!