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The helicopter is using it's bucket to drop water on flames that may pose a threat to containment lines.

Bucket Work
Posted on: 08/31/16 06:26 pm

View of fire activity and large smoke plume from a Type 3 helicopter.

Bird's Eye View
Posted on: 08/31/16 06:25 pm

Type 4 Incident Commander Trainee, Kendra Jackson keeps an eye on the fire activity while directing fire fighting resources on the ground and in the air.

Keeping Watch
Posted on: 08/31/16 06:23 pm

Operation Section Chief Trainee, Deb Flowers, briefs crews as morning temperatures hover near freezing.

Morning Briefing
Posted on: 08/10/16 11:48 am

A sign of grattitude in the town of Pinedale

Thank You Firefighters!
Posted on: 08/09/16 10:21 am

A driver for the Cliff Creek Fire captured a picture of this butterfly along Cliff Creek Road on her daily delivery to drop supplies to firefighters

Cliff Creek Wildlife - Butterfly
Posted on: 08/06/16 09:03 am

Firefighters used fire to protect the structures in Granite Creek.  Smoke is visible on the left  where single and group tree torching may continues. Lower Valley Energy re-energized power lines Aug. 5.  An area closure is in effect.

Aerial View of Cliff Creek Drainage
Posted on: 08/05/16 03:19 pm

Air Quality Summary August 5, 2016

Air Quality Summary August 5, 2016
Posted on: 08/05/16 09:01 am

Air Quality Summary August 4, 2016

Air Quality Summary August 4, 2016
Posted on: 08/04/16 08:43 am

This area burned 6 days ago. Islands of green remain.  The areas where the fire is consuming dead and down trees will open areas for aspen to regenerate. In time this will bring wildlife back into the area.

Interior burning looking North up House Creek
Posted on: 08/03/16 09:32 am

 
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