- Welcome to the course!
- Bark Tubular Whistle: Harvest
- Bark Tubular Whistle: Pulling the Tube
- Bark Tubular Whistle: Carving the Plug
- Bark Tubular Whistle: Carving the Mouthpiece & Testing
- Plastic Tubular Whistle: Chapstick Tube
- Improvised Sport Bottle Tubular Whistle (modification)
- 4 Improvised Cavity Whistles
- Improvised Folded Tin Whistle: PART I
- Improvised Folded Tin Whistle: PART II
- The Double Bird Finger Whistle
- Final Thoughts
Brief economical course, easy to understand concepts and very valuable knowledge that will teach you how to create various 'homemade whistles'. Being able to...Read More
Brief economical course, easy to understand concepts and very valuable knowledge that will teach you how to create various 'homemade whistles'. Being able to create your own whistle in a survival situation is very basic knowledge everyone should have for the "not if but when" scenario. If you don't have a whistle with you, or you did and lost it, being able to make your own whistle can help you to save your own life if you ever find yourself stranded (alone or with others) and need a means to attract attention to your location in order to be rescued. It can also be fun to practice making these whistles so if you ever do have to make one in an actual survival situation you will have the confidence to do so.Read Less
Creek Stewart is a Wilderness Survival Instructor, Author, and Television Host. He currently hosts the hit show SOS HOW TO SURVIVE on The Weather Channel and is the owner of Willow Haven Outdoor Survival School in Central Indiana.