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Urbanization May Hold Key To Tiger Survival

A new WCS-led study published in the journal Biological Conservation says the future of tigers in Asia is linked the path of demographic transition–for...

Winter Road Survival Kit – I Like It Frantic

Hazardous winter weather can strand motorists for hours or even days. It is important to have the right necessities to withstand a roadside emergency...

Market Garden Strategies for Survival Gardens

Written by R. Ann Parris on The Prepper Journal. Preppers can reap some big rewards by applying some of the habits of successful market gardeners...

Is Distilled Water Safe to Drink for Survival? | Survival Sullivan

If you are dehydrated, clean water is clean water, but a common question I have seen popping up is concerning distilled water in...

Exploring Night Vision Options | Backdoor Survival

This post is a collaboration between Matt and Samantha Biggers. For those that don’t already know Matt Biggers, he is my husband and best...

G.O.T. Preparedness? Active Threat Training to Improve Survival Outcome

By Kiernan Group Holdings (KGH) Today “active shooter” is top of mind for Americans – it is a threat that is real, pervasive, and debilitating,...

“What’s Your Isaac?” January 11 – Soul Survival

What’s your Isaac? Is there something you’ve been holding too closely, something God is asking you to put on the altar? A grudge, a...

Survival Firearms Battery: The Ruger M77 Rifle – RedTea News

While the Winchester Model 70 and Remington 700 have long dominated the market for modern American bolt-action rifles, there’s another contender that’s a little...

Trapping and Snaring for Survival | Prepper’s Will

One of the biggest challenges (close behind locating water), while in a long-term survival situation, is finding and procuring food. Yes, foraging for small vegetation can...

Michigan Snow Day Survival Guide | A Healthier Michigan

Michigan winters can be a force to be reckoned with. One storm can stop businesses, close schools, and turn busy roads into vacant lots. Its...
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