This channel is about bushcraft and what I feel it constitutes. To me, bushcraft is a form of art. It encompasses everything I like to do and have done since before I even knew what bushcraft meant, or that such word even existed. It's partly survival, long term wilderness living skills, wood craft, hiking, camping, photography, self reliance, quite a bit of history, archaeology, and anthropology.
But bushcraft is also about ecology. A good bushcrafter will know his plats, animals, fungi, and how they're connected. You can't live in the woods/bush without knowing all that. Here we have almost a completely new set of skills such as species identification, tracking, cooking and many more.
To me it's about learning new things every day, and using them to create or improve something. It's about finding your unique way of discovering and creating things.
- Knives, Machetes, Hatchets, Primitive Fire, Camping, Hiking
- Birdwatching, Conservation