The following is a list of the most recently updated wildfire incidents around the country. Click the links for more details on each incident.
- Sawmill Fire (Wildfire) April 30, 2017The Sawmill Fire is burning on lands under the jurisdiction of Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management, Bureau of Land Management, and the Coronado National Forest. The strategy for the incident is full suppression. Gusty winds and broken topography have contributed to growth of the fire, burning in tall grass, riparian woodland, mesquite/oak brus […]
- West Mims Fire (Wildfire) April 30, 2017The lightning-caused fire was reported on April 6, 2017, approximately 2.5 miles northeast of the Eddy Fire Tower in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. The Georgia Forestry Commission Type 2 Incident Management Team is managing the fire with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Florida Forest Service, and U.S. Forest
- Cowbell Fire (Wildfire) April 30, 2017The Cowbell Fire started March 30, 2017 and is currently burning in Big Cypress National Preserve. The cause is under investigation. Portions of the preserve, including Monument Lake and Burns Lake Campground and some trails, remain closed due to the Parliament
- Cactus Wildfire (Wildfire) April 30, 2017The Cactus Fire, which started on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, is 4 miles northeast of Mesa, Arizona. Fire size is now at 818 acres on Tonto National Forest land between the Salt River and the Bush Highway. Firefighters are engaged in mop up activities on the fire edge and patrolling the fire area. The Bush highway has been re-opened, but there is a fire closure […]
- East River TREX 2017 (Prescribed Fire) April 28, 2017The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Great Plains Fire Management Zone is hosting its second annual prescribed fire training exchange (TREX) in eastern South Dakota. This TREX is a partnership with The Nature Conservancy and (TNC) the State of South Dakota, offering free training to students, veterans, volunteer, and government firefighters, while provi […]
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