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FIRE MODE: Full list of fires burning in Washington, Idaho and Montana

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WILDFIRES IN THE WEST UPDATES

WASHINGTON FIRES

  • Bridge Creek Fire (9/5 10:03 a.m.) – August 8 by lightning. Colville Reservation. 3,709-acres and 78% containment.  
  • Diamond Creek Fire (9/5 7:38 a.m.) – July 23 by human cause. Around Winthrop, WA. 95,000-acres and 65% containment.  
  • East Crater Fire (9/4 6:41 p.m.) - September 3 by unknown. 12 miles west of Trout Lake. 1,000-acres 
  • Hill Fire Complex Fire – August 26. Pomeroy. 178-acres and 50% containment.  
  • Jack Creek Fire (9/5 9:25 a.m.) – August 11 by lightning. 15 miles southwest of Leavenworth. 1,800-acres. 
  • Jolly Mountain Fire (9/5 11:24 a.m.) – August 11 by lightning. 11 miles NW of Cle Elum. 20,975-acres and 0% containment. 
  • Noisy Creek Fire (8/24 2:51 p.m.) – July 14 by lightning. East of Sullivan Lake in northern Pend Oreille County on the Colville National Forest. 4,000-acres and 75% containment.  
  • Norse Peak Fire (9/5 10:23 a.m.) - August 11 by lightning. 11 miles west of Cliffdell in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. 18,822-acres and 8% containment 
  • Quarry Fire (9/2 10:30 a.m.) - August 11 by human cause. Snowqualmie National Forest 30 mile northwest of North Bend. 130-acres and 30% containment. 
  • Suiattle Fire (8/26 1:02 p.m.) - July 30 by unknown. 10 miles northeast of Darrington. 216-acre and 90% containment. 
  • Uno Peak Fire (9/5 9:08 a.m.) – August 30 by unknown. Lake Chelan, 15 miles NW of Manson, WA on the east shore of Lake Chelan. 2,382-acres and 1% containment. 

IDAHO FIRES

  • Bearskin Fire (9/5 11:47 a.m.) - August 23 by lightning. 21 miles NE of Lowman, located in Valley County. 19,296-acres. 
  • Buck Fire (9/5 3:28 p.m.) - August 7 by unknown. 17 miles southeast of Avery. 1,265-acres and 25% containment. 
  • Buck Lake Fire (9/4 1:38 p.m.) - August 2 by lighting. 19 miles NE of Elk City. 3,920-acres. 
  • Chute Creek Fire (9/3 3:39 p.m.) - August 13 by lightning. 2.5 mile west of Blodgett Lake, 16.7 miles west of Hamilton, Montana. 2,753-acres. 
  • Hanover Fire (9/4 1:26 p.m.) - August 1 by lightning. South of Grangeville and northeast of Riggins. 23,333-acres and 88% containment. 
  • Hidden Fire (9/2 12:56 p.m.) - July 10 by lightning. Hidden Ridge, 7 mi. NE of Elk Summit Guard Station. 8,497-acres. 
  • Highline Fire (9/5 6:33 p.m.) - July 29 by lightning. 23 miles east, northeast of Warren. 67,942-acres and 0% contained.
  • Honeymoon Fire (9/5 11:47 a.m.) - August 27 by lightning. Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, 30 NM NW of Stanely, ID. 1,330-acres and 0% containment. 
  • Ibex Fire (9/3 6:16 a.m.) - July 24 by lightning. Franch Church River of No Return Wilderness, 21 NM west of Challis. 14,503-acres 
  • Lone Pine Fire (9/1 1:19 p.m.) - July 14 by lightning. Below Lone Pine Point in the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness. 10,152-acres. 
  • Moose Creek 1 (9/4 1:45 p.m.) - July 14 by lightning. Southeast of the Historic Moose Creek Ranger Station. 16,801-acre. 
  • North Fork Hughes Fire (9/5 10:04 a.m.) – June 29. 20 miles north of Nordman, ID. 2,195-acres and 45% active perimeter. 
  • Payette Wilderness Fires (9/4 2:53 p.m.) - Multiple fires caused by lightning. 65,611-acres. 
  • Pronghorn Fire (9/4 1:04 p.m.) - September 3 by unknown. Matteson Ridge. 48-acres. 
  • Rattlesnake Point Fire (8/27 1:26 p.m.) - August 14 by lightning. Rattlesnake Point, Franch Church River of No Return Wilderness. 4,626-acres. 
  • Salmon-Challis Wilderness Fire (9/4 10:45 a.m.) - August 27 by lightning. Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, 30 NM NW of Stanely. 485-acres.  
  • Styrchnine Fire (9/5 11:43 a.m.) – September 1 by unknown. Harvard, ID. 1,020-acres and 0% containment.  
  • Tappan Fire (9/4 10:45 a.m.) - August 1 by human cause. On the Middle Fork and North Fork Ranger Districts, near the confluence of Camas Creek and the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Fire is located east of the Middle Fork of the Salmon river. 1,650-acres.

MONTANA FIRES:

  • Adair Peak Fire (9/4 2:30 p.m.) - Began August 12th from lightning. Burning 18 miles N/NW of West Glacier, MT. 1,330 acres have burned.  
  • Alice Creek Fire (9/5 3:40 p.m.) - Began July 22nd by lightning. Burning 16 miles northeast of Lincoln, MT. 21,393-Acres and 0% contained.
  • Blue Bay Fire (9/3 8:08a.m.) - Began August 10th from lightning. Burning 10 miles NE of Polson, MT. 490 acres have burned and the fire is 80% contained.  
  • Caribou Fire (9/4 8:30 a.m.) - Began Augsut 11th from lightning. Burning 18 miles NW of Eureka, MT. 15,142 acres have burned.   
  • Conrow Fire (9/1 4:57p.m.) - Began August 25th from lightning. Burning 7 miles NE of Whitehall, MT. 2,727 acres have burned and the fire is 95% contained.  
  • Crucifixion Creek Fire (9/4 10:21 a.m.) - Began August 10th by lightning. Burning in the Badger Two Medicine area.  7,604 acres have burned and the fire is 1% contained.  
  • Dolly Varden Fire (9/2 2:25 p.m.) - Started August 15th by lightning.  Burning near Dolly Varden Creek and Chair Mountain in the Great Bear Wilderness. 185 acres have burned.  
  • East Fork Fire (9/5 8:11 a.m.) - Began August 27th and the cause is under investigation. Burning south of Harve, MT. 21,518 acres have burned and the fire is 85% contained. 
  • Highway 200 Complex Fire (9/3 8:34 p.m.) - Began August 28th from lightning. Burning along the Highway 200 Corridor near Thompson Falls, MT. 8,285 acres have burned. 
  • Gibralter Fire (9/4 8:31 a.m.) - Began August 7th from lightning. Burning 7 miles E. of Eureka, MT. 6,966 acres have burned and the fire is 27% contained.  
  • Green Ridge Complex Fire (9/5 1:37 p.m.) - August 30 from lightning. Burning 4 miles southwest of Paradise, 28 miles west of West Fork Ranger District. 2,222-acres. 
  • Liberty Fire (9/4 8:42 a.m.) - Began July 15th from lightning. Burning 17 Miles SE of Arlee Montana in the South Fork Primitive Area. 21,388 acres have burned and the fire is 17% contained.  
  • Lolo Peak Fire (9/4 5:48 a.m.) - Began July 15th from lightning. Burning 10 miles SW of Lolo, MT. 45,012 acres have burned and the fire is 31% contained.  
  • Meyers Fire (9/4 1:02 p.m.) - Began July 14th from lightning. Burning 25 miles SW of Philipsburg, MT. 53,737 acres have burned and the fire is 5% contained.  
  • Monohan Fire (9/3 12:58p.m.) - Began July 16th from lightning. Burning in Powell County. 2,523 acres have burned.  
  • Nelson Creek Fire (9/5 1:28 p.m.) - Began August 28th from an unknown cause. Burning in the Nelson Creek area. 280 acres have burned and the fire is 45% contained.  
  • Park Creek Fire (9/4 7:55 a.m.) - Began July 14th from lightning. Burning 2 miles N. of Lincoln, MT.14,985 acres have burned and it is 56% contained.  
  • Reef Fire (9/3 1:00 p.m.) - Began August 13th from lightning. Burning near Count Peak in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. 9,740-acres have burned.  
  • Rice Ridge Fire (9/5 4:10 p.m.) - Began July 24th from lightning. Burning north and east of Seeley Lake, MT. 108,126 acres have burned and the fire is 2% contained.  
  • Sapphire Complex Fire (9/3 8:34 p.m.) - Began July 13th by lightning. Burning 25 miles east of Missoula, south of I-90 in the Rock Creek drainage.  41,904 acres have burned and it's 53% contained. 
  • Sartin Draw Fire (9/3 6:11a.m.) - Began August 30th from natural causes. Burning 20 miles NE of Ashland. 99,735 acres have burned and the fire is 85% contained.  
  • Scalp Fire: Began – August 14, 2017. 10,138 acres have burned and it's 0% contained. 
  • Sheep Gap Fire (9/4 5:34 a.m.)  - Began August 29th from lightning. Burning south of the Clark Fork River, East of Thompson Falls Montana. 4,668 acres have burned. 
  • Sprague Fire (9/5 8:25a.m.)  - August 10th by lightning. Burning 9 miles NE of West Glacier, MT. 13,343 acres have burned and it's 35% contained.  
  • Strawberry Fire (9/5 2:25 p.m.) - Began August 25th from lightning. Burning 8 miles Southwest of Swift Reservoir on the Flathead National Forest in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. 1,101-acres have burned. 
  • West Fork Fire (9/5 4:35 p.m.) - Began August 30th from lightning. Burning 7 miles NW of Libby, MT. 5,760 acres have burned and is 0% contained.

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