Always look up before bedding down for the night. Avoid sleeping under dead looking branches. They're called widow makers for a reason.
You can make waterproof matches by covering the head of the match with fingernail polish.
The brightest star in the Little Dipper is the North Star. It's located at the end of the Dipper's handle.
Pine needles are edible and nutritious, high in Vitamin C.
The real key to wilderness survival is staying healthy.
Bring a survival knife with you anytime you plan on going out into the wild, no matter how long.
Don't overwork yourself and start to sweat in cold weather, otherwise you'll get cold and risk hypothermia.
Do NOT eat snow or ice without melting first! Eating snow and ice reduces body temperature and leads to further dehydration.
Most predators are fearful of fire. A roaring campfire throughout the night should be enough to keep them away.
Never leave your car in a survival situation if you dont have to. It is the biggest target for rescuers to find.