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somewarez 03-04-2010 06:16 PM

Bushcraft/Survival YouTube channels!
 
For the past few years I've been very interested in Bushcraft/Survival Skills. I've been very lucky to find a whole wealth of information provided by some great guys who use YouTube. I would have posted these a long time ago but I have been having a break from here Conspiralcy Overload :rolleyes:

Anyways better late than never ;)

In no particular order but please check out their channels:-

Dave Canterbury of Wilderness Outfitters and The Pathfinder School.
He has over 300 videos, from common mans bushcraft (doing bushcraft/survival on the cheap), Bow making, Flint Knapping, water purification, fire making, tent and tarp setups, survival fishing kits, Cooking, Herbal medicines, Plant and tree recognision, Navigation, how to turn a catapult into a catapult that can fire arrows :D etc etc...
I highly recommend you check out his videos!! He's a Legend in the making! :p




Dave Wendall of Bushcraft on Fire

Similar to Dave C's but with other info aswell. Well worth checking out!



Paul Scheiter of Hedgehog Leatherworks

Not as many on this guys channel but still some great videos!



Mike Dixon of Stoneage Bushcraft

Alot of videos more focused on the English woodlands, but knowledge travels worldwide ;)



John Campbell of Arizona Bushman

Alot of videos on mostly desert style bushcraft but also a lot of relevant info for anywhere in the world.



Sean Mulhall - The Silverfox

Again mostly UK based woodland bushcraft but lots of great information!



fredde from Sweden

Some great info/tips here, unfortunately the videos aren't always great quality but the info is ;)



NUTNFANCY

Hehe although this isn't strictly bushcraft he does some great survival knife/tool/equipment reviews! A gun/knife enthusiast from America with some great knowledge and skills. His camping/hiking videos are good to watch as they show more of the bushcraft. Well I am gonna include this cos as I say the reviews are very very good if you are buying a bushcraft knife and his gun/knife law philosophy is good too.




Ashley Cawley & Justin Telford of NaturalBushcraft

More good videos, mostly UK based bushcraft, lots of useful tips and info.



Kevin of survivalistboards


LOADS of videos, alot of info, he is very SHTF focused.


RitchiePowell's - Ray Mears channel


This person has uploaded almost all of Ray Mears Series (note to Moderators I am unsure if I am allowed to link this one as its not his own work, if so please remove this link)



Anyways if you enjoy their videos please subscribe to their YouTube channels :cool: I am not affiliated to any of them, so don't blame me if you don't like what you see ;)

There is literally months worth of viewing, I accept no responsibility from your loved ones regarding your time spent viewing these hehe :p
I hope you find some of these channels useful, perhaps some of them you already know about. Thanks for reading and enjoy the videos.

Peace

SW

petercookie 03-04-2010 07:32 PM

Top Thread this -

I will try to add some channels another time, cant think of that many just yet and would need to have a look on me hard drive.

Thanks for this thread though, i am gonna have a look at afew of those youtube channels.........

http://www.youtube.com/user/EatTheWeeds - Alof of info about wild edible plants ect

http://www.youtube.com/user/feralkevin
Wild food ect

http://www.youtube.com/user/noss4
Not really survival but still good videos if you want to get yourself a decent knife - Knife tests .....

Uk wild food/eatweeds

I will try to add some more another time.........

Excellent thread though, thanks :)

somewarez 03-04-2010 08:08 PM

Oh great some wild foods channels, thanks for posting those :) I just read through your Wild foods in the UK thread and I love it! I am really glad I found your thread, and what a perfect time to find it in spring.


Feel free to add channels to this thread , I love learning. And I am sure people will find something useful here.

Thanks and Peace

SW

petercookie 03-04-2010 08:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by somewarez (Post 1058774367)
Oh great some wild foods channels, thanks for posting those :) I just read through your Wild foods in the UK thread and I love it! I am really glad I found your thread, and what a perfect time to find it in spring.


Feel free to add channels to this thread , I love learning. And I am sure people will find something useful here.

Thanks and Peace

SW

Thanks :)

I will try to add some channels when i have got the time.........Its a good thread.

Yep spring is here, so i will have to be going out and finding some more edible plants. I got into this late summer last year really (I.ding plants ect) ......

puckem 16-04-2010 12:05 AM

Nice resources! Thanks for putting it together.

Useless trivia... Nutnfancy is also a Lt. Colonel (think that's right) in the US Military. He doesn't give any details about branch, unit or job which is ok.

He and nuggetbuster do some great demonstrations... and that dog of TNP's is pretty kewl too. Forget the dogs name though.

the_count 16-04-2010 07:53 AM

It's not a Youtube channel, but this forum is good with some very knowledgeable people regarding bushcraft rather than pure survival.

http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/

picha 04-05-2010 08:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by somewarez (Post 1058774088)
For the past few years I've been very interested in Bushcraft/Survival Skills. I've been very lucky to find a whole wealth of information provided by some great guys who use YouTube. I would have posted these a long time ago but I have been having a break from here Conspiralcy Overload :rolleyes:

Anyways better late than never ;)

In no particular order but please check out their channels:-

Dave Canterbury of Wilderness Outfitters and The Pathfinder School.
He has over 300 videos, from common mans bushcraft (doing bushcraft/survival on the cheap), Bow making, Flint Knapping, water purification, fire making, tent and tarp setups, survival fishing kits, Cooking, Herbal medicines, Plant and tree recognision, Navigation, how to turn a catapult into a catapult that can fire arrows :D etc etc...
I highly recommend you check out his videos!! He's a Legend in the making! :p

http://www.youtube.com/user/wildernessoutfitters#g/u



Dave Wendall of Bushcraft on Fire

Similar to Dave C's but with other info aswell. Well worth checking out!

http://www.youtube.com/user/BushcraftOnFire#g/u


Paul Scheiter of Hedgehog Leatherworks

Not as many on this guys channel but still some great videos!

http://www.youtube.com/user/HedgehogLeatherworks#g/u


Mike Dixon of Stoneage Bushcraft

Alot of videos more focused on the English woodlands, but knowledge travels worldwide ;)

http://www.youtube.com/user/wall2rockclimber#g/u


John Campbell of Arizona Bushman

Alot of videos on mostly desert style bushcraft but also a lot of relevant info for anywhere in the world.

http://www.youtube.com/user/desertsurvivalist#g/u


Sean Mulhall - The Silverfox

Again mostly UK based woodland bushcraft but lots of great information!

http://www.youtube.com/user/seanmulhall#g/u


fredde from Sweden

Some great info/tips here, unfortunately the videos aren't always great quality but the info is ;)

http://www.youtube.com/user/hobbexp#g/u


NUTNFANCY

Hehe although this isn't strictly bushcraft he does some great survival knife/tool/equipment reviews! A gun/knife enthusiast from America with some great knowledge and skills. His camping/hiking videos are good to watch as they show more of the bushcraft. Well I am gonna include this cos as I say the reviews are very very good if you are buying a bushcraft knife and his gun/knife law philosophy is good too.

http://www.youtube.com/user/nutnfancy#g/u



Ashley Cawley & Justin Telford of NaturalBushcraft

More good videos, mostly UK based bushcraft, lots of useful tips and info.

http://www.youtube.com/user/NaturalBushcraft#g/u


Kevin of survivalistboards

http://www.youtube.com/user/survivalistboards#g/u

LOADS of videos, alot of info, he is very SHTF focused.


RitchiePowell's - Ray Mears channel

http://www.youtube.com/user/RitchiePowell#g/u

This person has uploaded almost all of Ray Mears Series (note to Moderators I am unsure if I am allowed to link this one as its not his own work, if so please remove this link)



Anyways if you enjoy their videos please subscribe to their YouTube channels :cool: I am not affiliated to any of them, so don't blame me if you don't like what you see ;)

There is literally months worth of viewing, I accept no responsibility from your loved ones regarding your time spent viewing these hehe :p
I hope you find some of these channels useful, perhaps some of them you already know about. Thanks for reading and enjoy the videos.

Peace

SW

I wonder why they never teach bushcraft in school. That would actually be a genuinely useful skill. When I look back at school I cant believe how they convinced me that such useless shite was worth wasting my time on.

somewarez 08-05-2010 12:34 PM

I 100% agree Picha, I would hazzard a guess that they want us to be reliant on the system, hence not teaching us to be able to live without the system. :rolleyes:


Anyway a quick update.

WEZO24522164 Channel

This guys channel has some really great info about making a small permanent shelter, its well worth checking out his 7 part shelter series, and his other videos. He is against taking £££'s worth of equipment out with you while camping :)



Please feel free to add any useful videos or youtube channels to this thread, I'll keep trying to find useful things to add.

Peace

SW

lookfar 08-05-2010 07:00 PM

Great thread somewarez, some excellent links there, it's gonna keep me busy for a while!:D

I've stuck it for you so that more people get to see it.

somewarez 08-05-2010 07:48 PM

Wow thankyou Lookfar, my first ever sticky on a forum :D And I am sure it will keep you busy for many many hours, theres so much to learn :)

Peace

SW

lookfar 09-05-2010 09:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by somewarez (Post 1058872483)
Wow thankyou Lookfar, my first ever sticky on a forum :D And I am sure it will keep you busy for many many hours, theres so much to learn :)

Peace

SW

You're welcome & it's a well worthy first sticky!:D Am looking forward to getting stuck into those vids. Ray Mears is one of my faves though:)

petercookie 13-06-2010 07:58 PM

Quote:

What's a Woodsmaster?



When I was a kid growing up and playing in the woods I met an old guy who went by the name "McCaleb". Mac as I came to call him, talked about the old time woodsmen and many of the tricks they had to deal with wilderness living. He called these folks "Woodsmasters" because they had special skills that made them masters of the woods, each and every one of them had the essential skills to make it on the land. That is the purpose behind this video series... to teach the skills needed to live in the wilds.... like a woodsmaster.

This series presents the special skills that can make your time in the wilderness more enjoyable, safer and make you far more confident. The videos are hosted by Ron Hood who will show you many interesting and important wilderness living and survival skills. The presentation of these skills is enhanced with clear explanation, great photography and many of the special "little tricks" that few but the most experienced Woodsmaster will ever know.
www.survival.com

:)

These another good survival related forum - http://paleoplanet69529.yuku.com/

Woodsmaster cave cooking 1 - in the field - http://video.yandex.ru/users/petrukmax/view/45/

13 The Woodsmaster — Desert Survival — (2) - http://video.yandex.ru/users/petrukmax/view/172/

livingindamatrix 11-07-2010 10:27 PM

thank you for popsting this thread up. This is exactly what i was looking for.

them 21-01-2011 09:16 AM

Here is another one


foraging for seaweed along the UK South Coast

them 23-01-2011 05:30 PM

Another good clip. This chaps channel is full of informative video footage


Fair play Mike ;)

them 29-01-2011 09:12 AM

Some good footage here about surviving way up in the Northern latitudes. The tale is told in three parts.


sannox 21-07-2011 07:57 PM

urban survival is often overlooked in favour of the more commercially popular countryside survival , heres a couple of vids

them 09-11-2011 08:07 PM

Nice little clip about a forager called Fraser. He shares his thoughts with us while leading a course along the coast around Lyme Regis.

Really enjoyed the day and.. more importantly.. the food he got us ;) This is not my film.

http://www.coastalsurvival.com/

jontti 17-04-2013 09:53 PM

Ways of the wild institute
 
I recommend all the videos by White Wolf Von Atzingen if you are interested in bushcraft:



I spent six weeks learning from him last summer and although we focused mainly self healing/spirituality i can definitely recommend his expertise in wilderness living/survival.

J.

jontti 17-04-2013 10:03 PM

A free ebook on wilderness survival
 
..oh yeah White Wolf got a free ebook out about wilderness survival:

http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Pract...iZw/page1.html

Good stuff!


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