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Colorado Wildfire Doubles Overnight, 32,000 Forced Out
The Waldo Canyon fire outside Colorado Springs doubled in size overnight and forced more than 32,000 people from their homes, the Associated Press reported...
Reintroduced Gila Trout Besieged by New Mexico Wildfires, Being Relocated
Native wild trout in the west have a long history of adapting to tough conditions, from melting glaciers and massive flooding centuries ago, to contemporary rivers that seasonally ...
Connecting the Dots: How Climate Change Is Fueling Western Wildfires
Amanda Staudt, National Wildlife Federation
This article originally appeared on the National Wildlife Federation's blog, " Wildlife Promise ." Reprinted with permission...
Mother Earth Burning: Climate Change Will Increase Wildfire Frequency, Researchers Say
Wildfires such as those raging in Colorado and New Mexico will be more frequent over the next 30 years thanks to climate change, researchers say in a new report...
One Dead in Out-of-Control Colorado Wildfire, New Mexico Fire Also Raging
One person has been confirmed dead as out-of-control wildfires ravage Colorado outside Fort Collins...
Colorado Wildfire Rages; Mescalero Apache Eye Little Bear Fire
The good news is that the Whitewater-Baldy wildfire is 37% contained...
Wildfire Season 2012: Woes out West
Last year's summer wildfire season for many forests in the Western United States—including many acres of Native American land—was historic, and in some cases, unprecedented in mode...
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