Category Archives: fire
Putting this fire in the rearview, I am off to the Rockhouse fire in way-west Texas
These photos are from the PK Complex, today fire line was being put in by dozers (Iron) and by a hand crew (Coconino Regulars).
This weekend I was able to go over to Alabama and assist on a prescribed burn at one of the new refuges in the southeastern United States. Mt. Longleaf NWR was established on a portion of the former US Army … Continue reading
Just a few outtakes from the prescribed burn at Mt. Longleaf NWR. Hope to get through all the photos and post a few more later.
As I move on to a new job in Atlanta within the regional office for the US Fish and Wildlife here’s a look back at 10 years of my life. The top photo was taken on a fire in November … Continue reading
I took some time yesterday to put together some photos from one of the longest days of my life in my fire career. These photos are from the end of the day, when it finally started to calm down, enjoy.
The muhlenbergia is blooming on the refuge, this area burned in a wildfire in July. Muhly grass responds very quickly to fire, we see the most blooms after a late spring early summer fire which is the typical fire season … Continue reading
Taken on the Nancy Payton Preserve prescribed burn…
This same area burned 3 years ago in May 2006. With the ongoing drought it seems we have gained a large number of south florida slash pine seedlings in areas they wouldn’t normally be found. The deer come in shortly … Continue reading
End of the burn season, and now bring on the rains.