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Conserving the Nature of America
 

Mid-Columbia National Wildlife Refuge Complex fire staff conducted a 300-acre prescribed burn to eliminate invasive species.
Mid-Columbia National Wildlife Refuge Complex fire staff conducted a 300-acre prescribed burn to eliminate invasive species.
Photo Credit: USFWS


A Look Inside Wildland Fire


A 5-part series exploring the work of managing wildland fire to protect and conserve wildlife and the lands managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Managing wildland fire is tough and dangerous work. Do you ever wonder what really happens to deer, bears, and other wildlife in the path of a wildfire? Who keeps controlled burns under control, and how they do it? What it takes to do the job of a wildland firefighter? Join us for Part 2: Keeping Fire on Our Side - Stepping into a Controlled Burn to see what this important work is all about.

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Published on: Monday, January 9, 2012


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