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Wildfires raging in the west

On Tuesday, October 12, the Ariza fire broke out near Goleta, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

An aerial tanker dropped flame retardant on the wildfire in Goleta.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 27, after the wind and fire south of California Hot Springs passed, a gray forest stood tall.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 25, the fire spread in California’s Sequoia National Forest, and a volunteer tried to evacuate horses to safety.

Wildfires raging in the west

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 22, when the flames of the wind and fire advanced on a road in California’s Sequoia National Forest, firefighters sprayed water.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 19, firefighters extinguished a fire in the Sequoia National Forest.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 19, the wind and fire burned in the 100 giant forests of the Sequoia National Forest.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 15, a helicopter sprinkled water on the burning KNP Complex Fire in Sequoia National Park.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 14, the flames of KNP Complex Fire burned along the slopes of Sequoia National Park.

Wildfires raging in the west

This aerial photo was taken on September 4 and shows the Dixie Fire in Horton Ridge, Pramas County, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 4, Riley Cantrell and boyfriend Bradley Fairbanks cried as they watched what her mother left at her home in Greenville, California stand up. It was destroyed by the Dixie fire.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 2nd, when the Kaldor fire raged near Silver Lake, California, a firefighter was seen.

Wildfires raging in the west

A helicopter flies over Wright Lake while fighting the Kaldor fire in the El Dorado National Forest in California.

Wildfires raging in the west

When the Caldo fire burned on Highway 50 in the Eldorado National Forest in California, embers flew from the trees.

Wildfires raging in the west

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 31, Jason Marone of the Roseville Fire Department flushed a hot spot in Meyers, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

At dawn on August 30, after the Caldor fire in Shuangqiao, California, a tree burned in a dark forest.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 30, a firefighter twisted a hose during a fire near Meyers, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 30, the Kaldor Fire destroyed the houses on the ridge near South Lake Tahoe.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 30, residents of South Lake Tahoe were in a deadlock while trying to evacuate the city.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 26, an oil tanker made a flame-retardant landing near Letter Creek, California, to continue its efforts to stop the southern fire.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 25, when the South Fire broke out in Letter Creek, California, a firefighter tried to extinguish the flames of a burning house.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 25th, Astrid Covarrubias, Jose Lamas and Maria Covarrubias visited their burnt house in Letter Creek, from left to Walk right in the smoke.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 25, the French fire continued to spread near Wofford Heights, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

The firefighters were seen behind the counterproductive flames they were preparing to fight the French fire near Wofford Heights.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 23, the Caldo Fire in California moved eastward to Lake Tahoe, where staff were fighting it.

Wildfires raging in the west

This aerial photo was taken on August 19 and shows the burnt-out houses in the Creekside Mobile Home Park a day after the Cache fire in Clear Lake, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 18, firefighters dug a containment line during the Kaldor Fire near Pollock Pines, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 18, smoke and haze from wildfires obscured the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.

Wildfires raging in the west

In this long-exposure photo, embers lit up the hillside when the Dixie fire near Milford, California burned on August 17.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 17, Destiney Barnard held Raymond William Goetchius and was trapped at a gas station in Doyle, California. Barnard’s car broke down while she helped Raymond and his family escape the Dixie fire.

Wildfires raging in the west

The destroyed property can be seen after the Kaldor fire passed through the grizzly apartment in California on August 17th.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 17, near Janesville, California, firefighters sprayed water on trees destroyed by the Dixie fire.

Wildfires raging in the west

On September 15, 2021, as the KNP Complex Fire approaches, Forest Service firefighters Armando Flores (right) and Heron Hilbach-Barger clear vegetation around the building at the Ash Mountain headquarters in Sequoia National Park, California. The fire burned a giant forest nearby, with more than 2,000 giant redwoods.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 15, a fire-fighting helicopter flew in front of the sun shrouded in thick wildfire smoke near Lakeview, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

The wind blew the smoke away for a moment, revealing the damage caused by the Parleys Canyon fire in Utah on August 14.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 12, staff fought the fire in Newhall, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

A table and chairs are placed in front of a destroyed house in Greenville, California, on August 12th.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 10, a firefighter fought the Dixie fire near Taylorsville, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 10th, thick smoke erupted from the Kwis Fire near Eugene, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 9, a firefighter was working to put out a controlled burn as a preventive measure to protect a house in Greenville, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 6, in Plumas County, California, firefighters fighting the Dixie fire cleared a fallen tree from the road.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 5, on Highway 89 south of Greenville, California, the flames of the Dixie fire engulfed a pickup truck.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 4, when the Dixie fire burned in Greenville, California, operations director Jay Walter passed by the historic Sierra Lodge. The fire razed many historic buildings and dozens of houses in downtown Greenville.

Wildfires raging in the west

On August 4, firefighters worked at the Greenville home that was engulfed by the Dixie fire.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 29, the Dixie fire burned near Taylorsville, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 28, California Governor Gavin Newsom (left) and Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak visited Gardinerville, Nevada, in the area destroyed by the Tamarack fire.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 27, firefighter Brentt Call walked through the area burned by the piracy fire near Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

California Fire Chief. On July 26, Tristan Gail (left) and Derek Leong (Derek Leong) monitor shooting operations in Lassen National Forest, California. The staff set fire on the ground to stop the Dixie fire from spreading.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 25, firefighters tried to reach the scene of the fire in Quincy, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

Volunteers organize clothes for people affected by the piracy fire at the donation shelter in Bly, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

Scott Griffin is investigating his property, which was stolen and destroyed by fire in Sycan Estates, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 24, when the Dixie fire swept through the Indian Falls community in Plumas County, California, the flames engulfed a house.

Wildfires raging in the west

People stood behind the line of fire on July 22 as the flames of the Steptoe Canyon fire spread through the dry grass in Colton, Washington.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 21, thick smoke from the Dixie fire rose from the Plumas National Forest in California, near the Pacific Natural Gas and Electric Rock Creek Power Station.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 19, firefighters walked near a wildfire in Topanga, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

A firefighter cleans up the Fremont-Winema National Forest, which has been fighting piracy fires in Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

A car was scorched by a pirated fire on a mountain road near Blaye, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

Nicolas Bey, 11, is using a donated trailer to hug his father Sayyid after his home was burned in a piracy fire near Beatty, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

Firefighters extinguished hot spots in areas affected by piracy fires near Blaye, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

After being spotted by security officials during the Bootleg fire in Oregon, a bear cub hugged a tree.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 17, firefighters worked to protect Markliville, California from the Tamarack fire. The Tamarak fire was triggered by a lightning strike.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 17, the Tamarak fire burned in Markliville near the border between California and Nevada.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 16, when wildfires destroyed Nes Pelham, Washington, a member of the Northwest Incident Management Team 12 held a map of the Chuweah Creek fire.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 16, clouds from the Bootleg fire floated into the sky near Bligh, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 16, firefighters sprayed water from the Union Pacific Railroad fire train while fighting the Dixie fire in the Plumas National Forest in California.

Wildfires raging in the west

Horses climbed up the hillside burned by the Chuweah Creek fire in eastern Washington.

Wildfires raging in the west

On the night of July 16, a fire from Bootleg Fire illuminated the smoke near Bly, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 15, a firefighter fights a fire piracy in the Fremont-Vinemar National Forest along the border between Oregon and California.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 15, a firefighting aircraft dropped flame retardants in the Bootleg fire in Blaye, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 15, after the flames of the Snake River Complex fire swept south of Lewiston, Idaho, firefighters dug hot spots under the stumps and scrubbed the ground.

Wildfires raging in the west

The burned car parked outside a house that was destroyed in the Chuweah Creek fire in Nespelem, Washington.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 14, at the Red Cross Center in Klamath Falls, Oregon, evacuee Dee McCarley hugged her cat and rabbit.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 14, an airplane dropped flame retardants in the Chuweah Creek fire in Washington.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 13, the head of operations, Bert Thayer, inspected a pirated fire map in Chiloquin, Oregon.

Wildfires raging in the west

Wildfires raging in the west

At a Bootleg Fire evacuation center in Klamath Falls, Oregon, men embrace a member of the Red Cross.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 9, when the sugar fire burned in Doyle, California, embers blown across the fields.

Wildfires raging in the west

On July 9, firefighters monitored the sugar fire in Doyle, California.

Wildfires raging in the west

In this long exposure photo taken in the early morning of July 2nd, during the salt fire in Lakehead City, California, flames surround the drought-stricken Lake Shasta.

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