September 2012

Post image for How To Cross Deep Water: A Serious Business

We have no choice. We simply can’t walk around the body of water in front of us. It’s deep and wide with no chance of us wading. We have looked at the body of water and deduced there is nothing actually in the water that can harm us. There is no outrageous flow, we have […] Read more...

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Post image for The Hadza And The Honeyguide

The Greater Honeyguide, Indicator indicator, is a species of honeyguide bird with a distribution that includes East Africa. As both its common name and scientific name suggest, the Greater Honeyguide is noted for its ability to guide people to honey. The bird uses a very specific call to communicate with humans. In fact the call […] Read more...

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Post image for The Dokis: Eagles On The River

The Dokis First Nation The Dokis live on a tract of land in the Canadian Shield where the waters of Lake Nipissing flow into the French River. These Ojibwe people have a rich and interesting history, reflecting the rich and interesting history of the French River itself as well as a strong sense of cultural […] Read more...

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Post image for Bucksaws Galore: Making Expedition Equipment In-House

At Frontier Bushcraft we are very lucky to have a talented team of people with a diverse range of skills. As a team we have an ethos of rising to a challenge and finding a solution from within. Rather than reaching for a wallet or phoning a friend, we first work out what we can […] Read more...

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