Search results: Gila fire

Inman Fire Update (Gila National Forest)

The Inman Fire has grown to 20 acres on the Black Range Ranger District. Lightning started a new fire one mile away from the Inman Fire. It is the Draw Fire and estimated at 30 acres. Both fires are being managed for resource objectives.

Inman Fire (Gila National Forest)

The Black Range Ranger District is managing the lightning-caused Inman Fire for resource objectives. Estimated 10 acres.

Activity Remains Low on Pinon & Moore Fires (Gila National Forest)

Managers reported low activity again Friday on the Pinon and Moore fires on the Gila National Forest. The management organizations will be downsized, some crews released and the fires will be monitored.

Moore Fire Update (Gila National Forest)

It was a very quiet day on the Moore Fire Thursday. Clouds, higher humidity and occasional rain have slowed fire activity. It is reported as 4,000 acres.

Pinon Fire Update (Gila National Forest)

The Pinon Fire, 13 miles east of Reserve, NM has grown to 3,300 acres. Low activity was reported today.

Moore Fire Update (Gila National Forest)

There was minimal activity on the 4,000-acre Moore Fire in the Gila Wilderness Wednesday. Observed fire behavior was smoldering and creeping along the ground through the grass and brush due to increased humidity and scattered rain showers over the area.

Wildfire Update (Gila National Forest)

More cloud cover, less growth on Pinon and Moore fires. The 3,200-acre Pinon Fire is located 13 miles east of Reserve, NM on the Reserve Ranger District with 40 personnel on scene. The 4,000-acre Moore Fire is located in the Gila Wilderness on the Wilderness Ranger District with 85 personnel on the incident.

Moore and Middle Fires Grow Together (Gila National Forest)

The Moore and Middle fires grew together Monday in the Gila Wilderness and will now be reported as the Moore Fire.

Wildfire Update (Gila National Forest)

Three lightning-caused fires continue to be managed to improve forest health and reduce the risk of future severe wildfire occurrence. Two fires being managed under suppression strategy.

Moore Wildfire Update (Gila National Forest)

Little growth was reported on the Moore Fire today, it is estimated 1000 acres. The Middle Fire – two miles northwest of the Moore Fire in the Gila Wilderness – will be managed along with the Moore Fire for resource objectives. The Middle Fire is approximately 100 acres.

Wildfire Update (Gila National Forest)

Hazy skies are clearing after smoke from wildfires across the region settled into local communities around the Gila National Forest last night. Air quality information included in the news release

Pinon Fire Grows to 1600 Acres (Gila National Forest)

Management of the Pinon Fire continues as it grows to 1600 acres on the Reserve Ranger District

Moore Fire Update (Gila National Forest)

The Moore Fire is estimated at 867 acres after aerial survey and mapping was completed. A new fire was detected yesterday two miles northwest of the Moore Fire and due to its location within the pre-determined management area for the Moore, it will be managed with the same resource objectives.

Woodrow Fire (Gila National Forest)

Activity increased throughout the night on the Woodrow Fire in the Gila Wilderness. It is estimated at 100 acres. One Hotshot crew is enroute to assist.

Moore Fire Update (Gila National Forest)

The Moore Fire on the Wilderness Ranger District remained at 95 acres today as cloud cover slowed fire activity throughout the afternoon.

Pinon Fire (Gila National Forest)

Steady growth on the Pinon Fire today, now estimated 600 acres. Continental Divide Trail information included in this news release.

Moore Fire (Gila National Forest)

The Moore Fire in the Gila Wilderness is estimated at 75 acres with 25 personnel assigned. Resources include 10 smokejumpers, one crew and stock to transport supplies.

Pinon Wildfire Update (Gila National Forest)

The Pinon Fire, east of Reserve, NM has grown to 110 acres. It is being managed to achieve resource objectives.

Wildfire Update (Gila National Forest)

Fifteen fires have been sparked by lightning on the Gila National Forest since Monday afternoon. The largest is the Pinon Fire (44 acres) on the Reserve Ranger District, east of Eagle Peak. The second largest is the Moore Fire (nine acres) on the Wilderness Ranger District, east of Gila Hot Springs.


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