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When temperatures rise outside, so do the number of people enjoying the outdoors. But the beauty of nature can also bring harm. And while spring may produce storms and rain,…
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“The Bloodletting on the Bloodvein.” That’s what my Canadian wilderness adventure pals dubbed our fishing and paddling excursion along the Bloodvein River in Ontario and Manitoba. We’d anticipated pleasurable days…
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  RedHead Expedition Fixed Blade Knife   A knife is widely regarded as the single most important survival tool for those who venture into the wilderness. It can obviously cut…
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Hypothermia is a condition in which a person’s core body temperature reaches a health-threatening low. It occurs when the body’s core temp is at 96 degrees F or lower. Hypothermia…
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With ice fishing, snowmobiling and cold-weather hunting just around the corner, one of the most important survival skills to know is what you should do if you fall through thin…
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As dogs that hunt waterfowl are in and out of the water frequently, sometimes in cold conditions, they’re often susceptible to hypothermia – low body temperature that can result in…
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Hypothermia – which often sets in when the body must endure wet, windy conditions in cold weather –  occurs when one’s core body temperature is at 96 degrees F or…
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Whether you’re trying to get toasty at your campsite after a winter hike, heating ice shelters when fishing, heating up an off-the-grid cabin or warming a home with no electricity…
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 Camping with the kids gives you a great opportunity to get outdoors, teach the kids valuable outdoor and life skills, enjoy quality time with your family and make some lasting…
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