Biome survival flyers

how to survive in the boreal forest

food and water

To get water in the boreal forest, I would just take plain water from the butifull open waters and drink. For food I would, take sharp rocks and carve sticks into speres to kill squirrels.


take leaves and sticks to builed your hut/ shelter, you can use mud to hold it all together

how to build a shelter out of sticks and mud

Step 1 Drive poles into ground Drive several straight tree limbs at least 1 foot into the ground every 8 to 10 inches along a single line. This is your first wall line.

Step 2 Make mortar Make mud mortar by mixing together two parts clay soil, two parts water, and one part dead grass in a large pit.

Step 3 Collect rocks Collect rocks to reinforce the walls and allow the mud to adhere vertically.

Step 4 Layer rocks and mortar Layer the rocks and mortar against the poles to keep the wall straight and keep it from caving in.

Quick Tip:

Make the wall thicker at the bottom than the top to provide more stability.

Step 5 Build remaining walls and roof Build the remaining walls, and then lay more limbs across the tops of the walls and layer saplings or large leaves to construct the roof.

Quick Tip:

Smear mud onto the thatched saplings and then sprinkle fertile soil over the roof to encourage grass and moss to grow for a weather tight seal.

Step 6 Seal cracks inside Slather the mud mixture over the inside to seal cracks or weak spots and to give the walls a smooth texture.

the animals to watch out for in the boreal forest

These are all the animals that would possibly kill you in the boreal forest

animals who are safe in the boreal forest


A couple prouducers in the boreal forest are, flowers, shrubs, and bushes


Almost always cold, 50 - 70 degress.