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Wilderness survival skills are important skills for every prepper to learn. What happens if the SHTF, you need to bug out, and for some reason, the location you’ve scouted or prepped has already been invaded or pillaged by others? You’re going to need to bug out into the wilderness, and that’s where survival skills will come in extremely handy.
While it may be easy to pack your backpack full of high-energy protein bars and take off, it’s a lot harder to carry enough water for you to last weeks on your back. Once your water bottle is empty, you’re going to be praying for signs of a natural source of water, and in places that don’t get too much rain, that can be even harder to come by.
The article below goes in depth into three particular ways you can find bodies of water in the wilderness. These bodies of water can help you out in many different ways, but first things first, you’ll have to locate one.
Learn these three simple techniques to finding water and you’ll be a hell of a lot more prepared in case you are forced to bug out into the wilderness. You never know when the knowledge will come in handy.