Fiddleheads are the unopened leaves of the ostrich fern. Young fiddlehead fronds are a favorite among foragers as they are delicious. Want to know how to identify and cook fiddleheads? We've got your back!
Collecting sap to make maple syrup is as easy as pie. Here's how to tap a maple tree to make maple syrup.
When you're out in the woods and need a thin rope or cord for making structures, or lashing down your tarp, the humble cedar tree provides. Learn how to make natural cordage from cedar bark in two minutes!
The handiest tool for any outdoor adventure is a good knife. From making shelters to hunting and preparing food, your knife is the most important item in your backpack. Here are six things to look for when choosing a survival knife.
A cow in the Bialowieza Forest in Poland has decided to give up the comfort of domestication to join a herd of 50 bison. An ornithologist with the BBC, Adam Zbyryt, was the first to spot the errant cow, which escaped from its enclosure last fall.
Meet the Mad Hatterpillar. We already know that Australia and New Zealand are jammed full of crazy creatures who want to eat your face, but when it comes to weird, this caterpillar takes the cake. This particular caterpillar holds on to it's old heads, piling them up to form a rather macabre chapeau.