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This photo shows a crewman from the Black Eagle Handcrew carrying a pine branch while chipping brush along State Highway 38

Black Eagle Crew Chipping slash along Highway 38
Posted on: 07/05/15 12:18 pm

This photo shows a Green tailed Towhee in the area burned by the Lake Fire

Green Tailed Towhee in the burn area
Posted on: 07/03/15 05:29 pm

This photo shows a Western Wood Pewee in the area burned by the Lake Fire

Western Wood Pewee in the burn area
Posted on: 07/03/15 05:25 pm

This photo shows a Western Male Tanager in the area burned by the Lake Fire

Western Male Tanager in burn area
Posted on: 07/03/15 11:57 am

This photo shows grass growing back in an area burned by the Lake Fire.

Regrowth happens quickly after a fire
Posted on: 07/03/15 11:57 am

This photo shows an Excavator working to repair suppression work on the fire line of the Lake Fire

Excavator working suppression repair work
Posted on: 07/03/15 11:39 am

This photo shows California Conservation Crew Members rolling up hose that was used on the fire line of the Lake Fire

Crews rolling hose used on the fire line
Posted on: 07/03/15 11:38 am

This photo shows a dozerline thuogh brush and trees on the Lake Fire

Dozerline near Jenks Lake Before
Posted on: 07/01/15 03:44 pm

This picture shows a dozerline though a brush and Pine tree area near the Lake Fire after suppression repair was completed

Dozerline near Jenks Lake Before
Posted on: 07/01/15 03:29 pm

This photo shows a P2V at the San Bernardino Air Tanker Base awaiting a reload of retardant.

P2V Air Tanker at Air Tanker Base
Posted on: 06/29/15 11:41 am

 
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