Books

All of the books listed here will only be books on naturalist, hunter-gatherer, and primitive living skills. There are three lists: My Books, Must-Haves for the Beginning Naturalist, and Wanted. “My Books” are books I own. “Must-Haves for the Beginning Naturalist” are books that I highly recommend if you decide to learn the skills posted on this blog. “Wanted” are books that I want and will eventually get. You should be able to get all of these books on Amazon.com

My Books:

Field Guides and Instructionals:

  •           Making Native American Hunting, Fighting, and Survival Tools, by Monte Burch
  •           Native American Crafts and Skills, by David Montgomery
  •           Bushcraft 101, by Dave Canterbury
  •           Deerskins into Buckskins, by Matt Richards
  •           Animal Tracking Basics, by Tiffany Morgan and Jon Young
  •           Practical Tracking: A Guide to Following Footprints and Finding Animals, by Mark Elbroch and Louis Liebenberg
  •           Mammal Tracks & Sign: A Guide to North American Species, by Mark Elbroch (from library)
  •           Tom Brown’s Field Guide to Wilderness Survival, by Tom Brown Jr.
  •           Tom Brown’s Field Guide to Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants, by Tom Brown Jr.

– Stories and Novels:

  •           The Tracker, by Tom Brown Jr.
  •           The Search (the sequel to The Tracker),  by Tom Brown Jr.

Must-Haves for the Beginning Naturalist:

  •           Animal Tracking Basics, by Tiffany Morgan and Jon Young
  •           Mammal Tracks & Sign: A Guide to North American Species, by Mark Elbroch
  •           Tom Brown’s Field Guide to Wilderness Survival, by Tom Brown Jr.
  •           Tom Brown’s Field Guide to Nature Observation and Tracking, by Tom Brown Jr.
  •           Tom Brown’s Field Guide to Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants, by Tom Brown Jr.

Wanted:

  •           Tom Brown’s Field Guide to Nature Observation and Tracking, by Tom Brown Jr.
  •           Tom Brown’s Field Guide to Living with the Earth, by Tom Brown Jr.
  •           The Science and Art of Tracking, by Tom Brown Jr.
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