Fire Update: The Thompson Fire is located in a remote south-central backcountry area of Glacier National Park about 15 miles east of the West Glacier entrance and 12 miles southwest of the Saint Mary entrance. The fire is bur
Parks Canada crews responded to a report of a lighning-caused forest fire from US National Park staff at Goat Haunt, Glacier National Park. A helicopter, which was on standby in Waterton Lakes National Park, was immediately deployed to bucket the fire
Boise, ID, August 16, 2015—The American Red Cross of Idaho and Montana continues to provide Disaster relief to the evacuees of major wildfires across our region. The Red Cross is providing food, water, shelter, needed supplies, emotional support and other assistance to people forced from their homes by the fires.
The Sucker Creek Fire continues to burn 3 miles northeast of Lincoln, on the Helena National Forest. The fire is now 2500 acres, and 10% contained. The fire continues to burn away from Lincoln and toward an area burned by the 2003 Snow Talon Fire
A prolonged drought and thunderstorms are an explosive combination. There are 188 fires burning in the western U.S. today, including 66 in the Northern Rockies. Here is the latest on those closest to us:
HELENA NATIONAL FOREST
The Sucker Creek Fire north of Lincoln has grown to 13-hundred acres in the past 24 hours, pushed by hot, dry, windy weather, and the abundance of available snags and dry fuels. Several homes a
Fire Update: The Thompson Fire is located in a remote south-central backcountry area of Glacier National Park about 15 miles east of the West Glacier entrance and 12 miles southwest of the Saint Mary entrance. The fire is burning
LINCOLN - A new, lightning-caused fire has burned 10-20 acres in the Sucker Creek area of the Helena National Forest, north of Lincoln. The fire, which was reported Monday is in very rugged, steep terrain and burning in a stand of tree snags
WEST GLACIER, MONT. –A new wildland fire was reported on Sunday, August 9 around 1:30pm. The fire was reported from Glacier National Park’s Loneman Lookout. The Thompson fire, burning in the remote Nyack area of the park, is estimated to be 150-200 acres in size
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