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Lightning started the Dallas Canyon Fire on Friday morning, said Heather O'Hanlon, spokeswoman for the Bureau of Land Management. It was burning in a wilderness area, which prevents crews from using high-impact heavy machinery, O'Hanlon said.
Va. (AP) The Virginia Department of Forestry says wildfires that broke out in April in Rockbridge County appear to be arsons. A reward of up to $2,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction...They burned on private
57 pm (0) Comments Font Size: Firefighters were working eight lightning-caused wildfires north of the Grand Canyon, on the west side of the Kaibab Plateau from Saturday through today. The biggest ignited on Saturday was reported at 2,546 acres, near
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: Not many people can boast on their resumes about four months of living alone in the wilderness and the ability to make arrowheads and set snares...Nester is an instructor of wilderness living and survival skills.
John Cowboy' Caton leads guests off on a horse-riding trek. (Clayoquot Wilderness Resort) You take the bells, and I'll take the pepper spray and the rifle, said John Cowboy' Caton. There's 1.5 bears to every square kilometre out thereyou're in
Alaska (AP) Larry Johansen was the Director of Southeast Operations for Cruise West when they folded in 2010. Born in Ketchikan, he had made a career taking visitors around Southeast Alaska and showing them the natural wonders he called home.
We have more than 3 million acres of designated wilderness in Colorado, and many think of this protected area as the most important public land in the state. In the wilderness, all mechanized equipment is supposed to be forbidden and only foot travel
Colorado undoubtedly had seen bigger wildfires, even bigger blazes during summer 2002. But the imposing Big Fish Fire was all the more extraordinary, set against the dramatic backdrop of Trapper's Lake and the striking Flat Tops Wilderness Area
44 pm Theodore Roosevelt once said of the Grand Canyon: Leave it as it is...Addressing an audience at a conservation event this week in Washington, John Podesta , chairman of the Center for American Progress, had an addendum: But we can sure mess it
Several times during the 240-mile drive from Anchorage, I craned my neck toward Mount McKinley while passing all the signed viewpoints -- and saw nothing but clouds and mist. It happened again at the Eielson Visitor Center, which on clear days boasts