Tim lays the groundwork for squirrel scouting, locating an ideal ambush point and how to set your traps. According to Tim, a fully mature squirrel tips the calorie scale at just about 800 calories per whole squirrel serving, but that's only if you ingest the brains, tongue, toenails and even its oink. Tim says that you can either remove its fur or cook it whole with its fur intact, just be aware that in doing so will affect the flavor outcome. Tim is a huge fan of fried squirrel skin and eats it on a regular basis. For more on Tim or to find out about his survival classes visit www.AdvancedSurvivalTraining.com. Tim is also Outdoor Life's Survival Blogger and you can check that out at www.OutdoorLife.com/survival and he now teaches online survival classes at www.OutdoorLifeU.com.