Survival Guide A Survival guide for help in the wild
If a wild animal comes, you should… • Stand still, lay flat on the ground, and wear camo. • What animals can kill you? A: Bears, some snakes, and wolfs.
Why do you need shelter? • You need shelter because, if it rains or snows, you could get sick or get frost bite. • You can make a shelter with wood, (such as trees and logs.)
S.T.O.P • "S" is for Stop. Take a deep breath, sit down if possible, calm yourself and recognize that whatever has happened to get you here is past and cannot be undone. • "T" is for Think. Your most important asset is your brain. Use it! Don't Panic! Move with deliberate care. Think first, so you have no regrets later. Take no action, even a foot step, until you have thought it through. Unrecoverable mistakes and injuries, potentially serious in a survival situation, occur when we act before we engage our brain. • "O" is for Observe. Take a look around you. Assess your situation and options. Consider the terrain, weather and resources. Take stock of your supplies, equipment, surroundings, your personal capabilities and, if there are any, the abilities of your fellow survivors. • P" is for Plan. Prioritize your immediate needs and develop a plan to systematically deal with the emergency and contingencies while conserving your energy. Then, follow your plan. Adjust your plan only as necessary to deal with changing circumstances.
What you can eat • You can eat some berries. • You can also eat some animals.
Tools • You need tools to survive in the wilderness that you are in. • You need a knife, a hatchet , and other things. • You need matches to start a fire.
Those are all the things you need to survive in the wilderness. You need many things to survive such as tools. You need things to eat and drink. You can get drinking water from a lake or small pond. Remember the rules S.T.O.P. They will help you survive.