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Mark Fox from Peak District Survival school shows us how we can navigate ourselves in the wild using a few hints given to us from the oak tree and birch tree.

A film for woodlands.co.uk by Rose Dunster and Emily George


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Lol.
This popped up just as Im reading Tristan Gooley
Walkers guide to outdoor signs.
Take care every one.

C U Jimmy

March 20, 2020

Very interesting Mark. Thank you. It all makes complete sense now I know!

V isions

March 20, 2020

That's very amazing vid Mark, You know?

MONKEY WiLDTV

March 20, 2020

So which is the front and which is the back of the tree? Ie Which side is facing which direction?

Stuart Maginnis

March 20, 2020

With those who have no idea how to cope with 2 cameras, better to use 1.

Tam McD

March 20, 2020

The side with most of the branches is facing the sun (I.e. South in the Northern hemisphere, North in the Southern Hemisphere)

Dale Redpath

March 20, 2020

@Dale Redpath great thank you!

Stuart Maginnis

March 20, 2020

Very interesting, cheers

Ken Leach

March 28, 2020


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