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  • June 17, 2014

    Win This Book: "Prepare for Anything Survival Manual" -0

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    Win a free copy of Outdoor Life's Prepare for Anything Survival Manual by signing up on our Facebook page HEREThe sweepstakes runs until June 27!

    Are you prepared for a category 4 hurricane? What about a financial collapse or an extended blackout? What would you do to survive a chemical spill or terrorist attack?

    Outdoor Life's Prepare for Anything Survival Manual explains how to survive these scenarios and many more.

    The book is packed full of hands-on tips, helpful checklists, and first-person accounts. It takes you through the gear, skills, and techniques needed to survive everything from the next Chernobyl, to your truck breaking down in the backcountry.

     [Buy the Survival Manual here!]

    Not every survival skill pertains to a life-threatening, earth-shattering situation. This book will take you through the day-to-day dos-and-don’ts to make you a more self-sufficient individual. It will show you a survivor's attitude, giving you the confidence to respond to whatever an unpredictable day may have in store for you.

    Check out a sneak-peek from the book below...

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  • October 13, 2011

    Man, Woman, Wild: Finding Edible Plants in the Backcountry -0

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    This week we’re serving up three exclusive clips from Discovery Channel’s hit show, Man, Woman and Wild. In this survival scenario Mykel and Ruth are lost in Big Sky Country. Food is scarce and the duo looks to local plant life:

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  • October 6, 2011

    Man, Woman, Wild: How to Make Acorns Edible-0

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    In this exclusive clip from Discovery Channel’s brand new season of Man, Woman, Wild, survivalist Ruth England gets the bitter taste, also known as tannins, out of the acorns to make them edible.

    Ruth has a heap of acorns, but knowing how bitter they can be, she crushes them up with a rock the way local natives traditionally did. She sticks the crushed acorns in her sock and puts the sock in a nearby stream overnight to reduce the tart tannins.

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  • September 29, 2011

    Man, Woman, Wild: How to Make a Signal Fire-0

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    In this exclusive clip from Discovery Channel’s brand new season of Man, Woman, Wild, former Special Forces survival expert Mykel Hawke builds a signal fire with an old Iroquois method and tools patched together from beach scrap.

    In the fourth episode that airs this Friday at 9 p.m. on Discovery, Mykel and Ruth are stranded on a desolate island without fresh water. They must use the few resources they have to catch fish and collect water, proving the old proverb “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” true.

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  • September 21, 2011

    Man, Woman, Wild and One Snared Pig-0

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    Warning: the following video contains graphic content. View discretion advised.

    In this exclusive clip from Discovery Channel's new season of Man, Woman, Wild, former Special Forces survival expert Mykel Hawke gets up close and personal with a wild pig. Warning: the animal is dispatched on camera and it might be a little much for some viewers.

    In the fourth episode that airs this Friday at 9 p.m. on Discovery, Mykel and Ruth’s rubber raft deflates on the edge of a sprawling mangrove swamp on the uninhabited side of Andros Island in the Bahamas. With only a canteen of water, knives and the clothes on their backs, they must make their way through the tangled mangroves and out to safety.

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  • September 8, 2011

    Man, Woman, Wild and Backfire-2

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    In this exclusive clip from Discovery Channel's new season of Man, Woman, Wild, former Special Forces survival expert Mykel Hawke explains what to do if you ever find yourself trapped by forest fire. You literally have to fight fire with fire.

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