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Lincoln National Forest - 5/24/2018 - Kellar Fire Update: 8:30 pm

New Fire Start – Kellar Fire

INITIAL FIRE UPDATE: 5/24/2018, 8:15pm

Jurisdiction: Lincoln National Forest, Guadalupe Ranger District

Date/Time Detected: 5/22/2018, 9:52am

Location: Northeast of Queen, NM… 300 more words

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Lincoln National Forest - 5/23/2018 - Kellar Fire: Initial Post

New Fire Start – Kellar Fire

INITIAL FIRE UPDATE: 5/23/2018, 6:15pm

Jurisdiction: Lincoln National Forest, Guadalupe Ranger District

Date/Time Detected: 5/22/2018, 9:52am

Location: Northeast of Queen, NM… 156 more words

Forest Service

Scout Fire - FINAL UPDATE - 4/17/18 - 10:00 AM Update

SCOUT FIRE UPDATE – 4/17/18  10:00 am – The Scout Fire is now 75% contained at 16 acres.  The change in the number of acres (from what was originally reported) is due to more accurate mapping. 524 more words

NM Fire Info

Lincoln National Forest's Fire Danger elevates to HIGH

ALAMOGORDO, RUIDOSO, CLOUDCROFT, CARLSBAD, NM – As temperatures increase and drying winds become a frequent, almost daily occurrence, the potential for wildland fire starts increases significantly. 396 more words

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Lincoln National Forest - May 11 - 9:45 pm - Bullis Prescribed Fire Update

Lincoln National Forest – Guadalupe Ranger District

BULLIS PRESCRIBED FIRE UPDATE:

May 11, 2018 – 9:45 pm – Today, firefighters successfully treated an additional 700 acres with prescribed fire on the Bullis project.  1,795 more words

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Haze and smoky conditions in southern NM likely due to fires in the Pacific Northwest, Idaho and Montana

Current information about smoke:  Latest smoke info in google earth format

Example of product is shown below (screen capture image for 9/7/17):

Lincoln National Forest offices have been fielding calls over the past few days regarding smoke/haze in the area.   206 more words

Smoke

Wildfires are No Drone Zones

New Mexico wildfire officials need the public’s help to ensure that drones, hobby aircraft or other Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), are not used near wildfire incidents, regardless of the size of the fire.   135 more words

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