How to Die in the Outdoors
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to suffer a fatal snake bite, get trampled by an elephant or meet up with the wrong end of a rhino, this is the book for you! In “How to Die in the Outdoors: 150 Wild Ways to Perish,” wilderness medicine expert Buck Tilton combines his trademark dry sense of humor and his extensive knowledge of just how many ways things can go wrong in the great outdoors. With entertaining true (and often gory) stories and tips on how to avoid such fatal mistakes, it’s a fascinating read for wilderness lovers, thrill-seekers and curious minds alike. Tread carefully!
- Buck Tilton is a wilderness medicine expert and instructor. The founder of the Wilderness Medicine Institute, he has authored over 40 books, including “Wilderness First Responder” and “Backcountry First Aid and Extended Care.” He is the recipient of the Paul Petzoldt Award for excellence in wilderness education, the Warren Bowman Award for contributions to wilderness medicine, and the Ben Franklin Award, given to the second-best humor book of the year. He lives in Lander, Wyoming.
- Paperback; 352 pages
- 5-3/16”W x 6-7/8”H x 7/8”D