In a previous post we listed six YouTube channels that should interest anyone involved in prepping, survival, firearms and bushcraft.
Today, Krik from Black Owl Outdoors gives a shout out to three more channels. These are focused on bushcraft skills. Each channel has both high production standards and an abundance of “personality”.
Mike and friends of MCQBushcraft spend a couple of days exploring the conifer forest and mountain streams of The Lakes in England.
As my wife and I watched this video, we just wanted to be there.
It reminded us of our camping trips to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, the Adirondacks in upstate New York, and a long ago hiking adventure in Washington State.
In the video, Survival Lilly discusses the books she references for survival and bushcraft skills. These 8 books also give her subject ideas for her YouTube topics.
I know there are a lot of armchair preppers and survivalists: you can’t live in the wilderness in survival mode all the time … if at all.
But you can read and study books about what you should know, so that if the opportunity arrives–a camping trip for example–you can practice a variety of skill sets.
Here is the list of books Lilly uses and recommends, in no particular order:
1) Bushcraft by Mors Kochanski: a true bushcraft book with detailed drawings and discussions about shelters, tree-felling, feather sticks, safe knife-craft, etc.
2) Epic Survival by Matt Graham: not a survival manual, but the true story of Graham’s life of primitive living. An interesting read.
In the video below, Canadian Prepper gives a shout-out to five other YouTube channels that should interest anyone involved in prepping, survival, bushcraft, and firearms.
If you haven’t already, you should subscribe to all six (including Canadian Prepper).