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Wild animals burning in the west

Mill Creek Hotshots set a back burn on Sunday, September 13, in Arcadia, California to protect homes from the Bobcat Fire.

Wild animals burning in the west

President Donald Trump listens as the California government. Gavin Newsome speaks during a Western wildfire briefing at Sacramento McClellan Airport on Monday 14 September.

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George Cable walks through his destroyed property on Saturday September 12, in Mill City, Oregon.

Wild animals burning in the west

On Friday, September 11, the Bobcat Fire burned in the National Forest, north of Monrovia, California.

Wild animals burning in the west

On September 11, Crystal Sparks, her 4-year-old twins, Chance and rider Sutton kiss as they escape the Obenchain fire in Butte Falls, Oregon.

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North Valley Disaster Group member Kari Zettler and Battee County Animal Control Officer Linda Newman killed two donkeys while wandering on the roadside in Berry Creek, California, on September 11. The donkeys were displaced by bear fire.

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A firefighter shoots an incendiary device during a back burn on September 11 to help control the Dolan fire in Big Sur, California.

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Dora Negret is comforted by her son Hector Rocha on Thursday, September 10, after witnessing their destroyed mobile home in Talent, Oregon.

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This aerial photo shows a destroyed mobile-home park on September 10 in Phoenix, Oregon.

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On September 10, a road in a forest fire in West Linn, Oregon, is burning up.

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A tanker jet dropped a fire retardant on September 10 to slow the Bobcat Fire in the National Forest for the north of Monrovia, California.

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Looking at San Francisco’s Columbus Avenue, the TransAmerica Pyramid and the Salesforce Tower are covered with smoke from a nearby forest on Wednesday, September 9. This photo was taken in the late morning.

Wild animals burning in the west

Wild animals burning in the west

On September 9, wildfire smoke hangs above the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

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Bejan Razi, a senior building inspector in Mill Valley, California, checked for the repair of the deep-post clock as the sky is illuminated by nearby wildlife.

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People are standing at the Alamo Square Park in San Francisco on September 9 as smoke.

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People stop taking pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge as it is affected by the smoke in the nearby forest on 9 September.

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Firefighters cut defensive lines and light backfires on September 9 to protect structures in Batte County, California.

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Flames from a Batte County home.

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Pacific Gas and Electric workers watch the Advance Creek Fire near Alder Springs, California on Tuesday, September 8.

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After evacuating her farm in North Fork, California, Lisa Theis unloaded the last of her 44 alfacas.

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A house caught fire from the Creek Fire in Fresno County, California.

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A slide is melted in a school playground in Fresno County.

Wild animals burning in the west

Wild animals burning in the west

On September 7, firefighter Nick Grinstead battled the Creek Fire in Chevron Lake, California.

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A firefighter in Jamul, California, fights Valley Fire on 6 September.

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On 6 September, a fire broke out on Japatul Road in Jamul.

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Little League baseball players warm up for a game on September 6 near Dehesa, California, due to the burning of Valley Fire.

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A firefighter watches the Adventure Creek fire in Shaver Lake.

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The owner of a business in Chevron Lake walks next to the kayak that fills the sky on September 6 as smoke from the creek fire.

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Family members comfort each other as the El Dorado Fire moves closer to their home on September 6 in Yucaipa, California.

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A firefighter sets off a controlled barn with a drip flashlight while fighting a creek fire at Chevron Lake.

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5. On September 5, dozens of airplanes were intercepted on a California National Guard helicopter for safety. The Creek Fire trapped him in a camping camp in the Sierra National Forest.

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Firefighters walk in a line at Yukipa on 5 September.

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On September 3, the burning of the Evans Canyon Fire blew haze and smoke near Nez, Washington.

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The California government, Gavin Newsom, listens as Superintendent Chris Spohr of Santa Cruz State Park talks about the damage caused by the fire at Big Basin Redwoods State Park.

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Randy Hunt packed his belongings, including his daughter Natasha’s first Pooh bear, on August 26, as he and his wife Sheely had to vacate their rented house in Midletown, California.

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Firefighter Juan Chaverin pulls the trunk of a burning tree on August 25 in Guernville, California.

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On August 24, “Waka Strong” is a sign reading located on a sacred hill in Wackville, California.

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Austin Jianuzusi cries while hugging relatives in the burnt remains of his Wakeville home on August 23.

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A firefighter appears from a helicopter fighting a fire at the LNU Lightning Complex in Lake County, California.

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Flames from the LNU Lightning Complex jump over Butts Canyon Road in Lake County on August 23.

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Karol Markowski of the South Pasadena Fire Department downed hot spots while fighting the CZU Lightning Complex fire in Boulder Creek, California on August 22.

Burning wildlife in the west

On August 22, a burned vehicle was abandoned in front of a destroyed residence in Boulder Creek as smoke filled the sky.

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Smoke hangs low in the air at Big Basin Redwoods State Park on August 22 due to some redwood burning in Boulder Creek.

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A firefighter watches the Aug. 21 fire of the LNU Lightning Complex spread through the Berissa Estates neighborhood in Napa County.

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Veterinarian technician Briana Jeter injured a lama injured in a fire on August 21 in Wakeville. On the right, Animal Control Officer Day Kim set out to please the Lamas.

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On August 21, smoke from nearby wild animals hung in San Francisco.

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A firefighter monitors information on a fire in Boulder Creek on August 21.

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On August 21, members of the US Forest Service discuss their next steps to fight the Grizzly Creek Fire near Dotsero, Colorado.

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People pack brown-bag lunches at an evacuation center in Santa Cruz, California on August 21.

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On August 20, a smoke flake at the LNU Lightning Complex sparked more fire in Hilsburg, California.

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On August 20, a fire fight erupted in Santa Cruz County, California.

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On August 20, Spanish flat mobile villas in Napa County, California, only house scorched homes and vehicles.

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On August 20, Peter Kolecker responded by seeing several homes in his neighborhood in Bonnie Doon, California.

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On 20 August, a forest burned in Bony Doon.

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On August 20, after a fire in Wakeville, California, a man sees a tree blocking his path.

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A molten plastic fence is located on the Holy Land after a fire ripped through Wakeville on 20 August.

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Sarah Hawkins searches through the rubble after destroying her Wakeville home on 20 August.

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On August 19, fire crews maintained a backburn to control the river fire near Las Palmas in Salinas, California.

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Gina Santos cries in her car on August 19 after evacuating Wakeville.

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People raise cows on August 19 down Plessis Valley Road in Wakeville.

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On August 19, flames burned a house in Napa County, California.

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Embers burn along a hill above Lake Berissa on August 18 as a fire at the LNU Lightning Complex through NAU County. This image was taken with prolonged exposure.

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A resident walks into a house to rescue a dog, while on August 18, a fire was engulfed in flames by the Hennessy Fire near Lake Beresa.

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On August 18, a house in LNU Lightning Complex burned through a Spanish flat community in Napa County.

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An aerial tanker goes down in flames on August 18 in the Spanish flat community of Napa County.

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The flames of the Hennessy Fire consume a cabin on August 18 at Nickelini Family Winery in Napa County.

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Tony Leonardini works at Spot Fire on August 17 in Nappa County as a strong wind blow to the Haines Fire.

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On August 16, smoke comes out of the Grizzly Creek Fire at Glenwood Canyon near Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

Wild animals burning in the west

Kathy Mathison sees the still-smoldering wildfire on August 16, which occurred several days inside her home in Bend, Oregon, just a day earlier.

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Firefighters see smoke and flames rising from the Ranch2 fire on August 14 in the San Gabriel Mountains east of Los Angeles.

Wild animals burning in the west

On August 13, a helicopter makes a water drop over the Ranch2 Fire in Azusa, California.

Wild animals burning in the west

On August 13, a car burned from the Lake Fire near Lake Hughes, 60 miles north of Los Angeles.

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A couple watches the Ranch2 Fire from afar on 13 August.

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On August 13, a firefighter crew works at Lake Hughes.

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The Lake Fire burned down a house on August 13 in the Angeles National Forest.

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On August 12, the Lake Fire raises flames and smoke.

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A firefighter works against Lake Fire on August 12.

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Firefighters plan an escape as a fire breaks off a hill at Lake Fire on 12 August.

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A tanker makes a drop at the Lake Fire on 12 August.

Wild animals burning in the west

On August 12, a fumes of smoke arise from the Lake Fire.

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Firefighters fight the Grizzly Creek Fire near Glenwood Springs, Colorado on August 11.

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