Firefighters continue work to protect historical cabins from the 32,645-acre Cultas Creek Fire (#223) burning in the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve. Fire behavior is predicted to be most active near the mouth of the Charley River. Twelve firefighters from the National Park Service (NPS) and the BLM Alaska Fire Service are basing out of Coal Creek Camp.
Alaska Park Service
On June 4, two fires were detected via satellite in Noatak National Preserve. over subsequent days the National Park Service, in coordination with BLM Alaska Fire Service (BLM AFS), determined there where a total of six lightning-ignited fires burning in… Read More ›