Doomsday Survival Guide: How your Trail Camera Can Save your Life
Doomsday Survival Guide: How your Trail Camera Can Save your Life by Jessica W – The Survivalist Blog
It’s the end of the world as we know it, and do you feel fine? Are you prepared to fight for your survival, as well as the survival of your love ones? Once we get to the ultimate end, everyone will be scrounging for household items to use to hunt, protect, and entertain their families. However, the best of us survivalist will already have our packs ready. You may have already packed your essentials from listening to other guides on the internet or in print, but one thing these sources fail to list is a trail camera. If you’re currently a hunter and a survivalist, you already have one of these to help catch your game, so here’s how you can transform it into an essential doomsday item.
Food: At the first sign of the end of the world, everyone will fly to Walmart like wildebeest at the watering hole. It will be ten times as bad as people at the mall on Black Friday, and if you’ve seen any movie ever, you know that this is a bad idea. Instead of finding the food you need, you will be fighting against desperate people and may not make it back unscathed. Therefore, a smart survivalist will have planned to store canned and packaged foods, and items and tools that will facilitate hunting and sustain life. As a hunter, you know that having the best trail cameras can give you an edge over your prey. These cameras monitor trails and animal behavior, helping you to predict when and where to catch the big game. This reduces the amount of time you need to be outdoors and can help you survive and out hunt your less-prepared neighbors.
Protection: When your neighbors see that you were more prepared than them and have a large supply of essentials, they will come and hunt you. It is important that you have a protection plan to protect you and your loved ones, as well as your food and water supply. A trail camera can double as a security camera to watch over your house or shelter. Live-streaming trail cameras can be set up in your yard and remotely monitored in the comfort of your home or sheltered location. Since they are designed to go undetected in a wildlife environment, they are resilient against burglars, intruders, or vandalizers who want to disable any home cameras before an attack. You will be able to see them coming before they see you, and you will be more prepared for the imminent attack. You can set multiple up around the perimeter of your house and have a fully rounded security system.
Every survivalist guide lists thermal imaging devices as an essential item for surviving doomsday. Your trail camera can also act as a thermal imaging camera and 360-degree night vision googles. Protection is a 24-7 job and a trail camera with thermal-imaging capabilities can prepare you during the night as well as during the early morning hours. You can use it while you’re out hunting to see if there are any intruders behind you, and it becomes your perfect set of owl eyes.