Burro Fire grows slightly to 3,779 acres; containment drops

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Burro Fire grows slightly to 3,779 acres; containment drops

Crews continue to clean up, secure fire lines
Smoke rises from smoldering ground fires Saturday in Bear Creek Canyon.
An angler fishes on the Dolores River on Saturday. The San Juan National Forest reopened to recreation on Thursday.
A Burro Fire skidder pulls a fallen log to be stacked for sale in the Bear Creek area on Saturday.
An infrared mapping flight about 10:51 p.m. Saturday showed that the Burro Fire grew to 3,771 acres since the previous flight on Friday night. Most of the 6-acre growth occurred along the western perimeter near Gold Run Trail, near the junction of Little Bear and Bear Creek trails, according to the flight log.
A Burro Fire feller-buncher strips a downed log and stacks it for resale in the Bear Creek area.
Smoke above the junction of Little Bear and Bear Creek trails about 4 p.m. Sunday, as seen from Hillside Drive.
According to an infrared mapping flight about 8:48 p.m. Sunday, the Burro Fire grew to 3,779 acres on Sunday. The heat perimeter grew 8 acres in the areas of east of Gold Run Trail along western perimeter, a very small pop-out in the area west of junction of Little Bear and Bear Creek trail, the flight log said.

Burro Fire grows slightly to 3,779 acres; containment drops

Smoke rises from smoldering ground fires Saturday in Bear Creek Canyon.
An angler fishes on the Dolores River on Saturday. The San Juan National Forest reopened to recreation on Thursday.
A Burro Fire skidder pulls a fallen log to be stacked for sale in the Bear Creek area on Saturday.
An infrared mapping flight about 10:51 p.m. Saturday showed that the Burro Fire grew to 3,771 acres since the previous flight on Friday night. Most of the 6-acre growth occurred along the western perimeter near Gold Run Trail, near the junction of Little Bear and Bear Creek trails, according to the flight log.
A Burro Fire feller-buncher strips a downed log and stacks it for resale in the Bear Creek area.
Smoke above the junction of Little Bear and Bear Creek trails about 4 p.m. Sunday, as seen from Hillside Drive.
According to an infrared mapping flight about 8:48 p.m. Sunday, the Burro Fire grew to 3,779 acres on Sunday. The heat perimeter grew 8 acres in the areas of east of Gold Run Trail along western perimeter, a very small pop-out in the area west of junction of Little Bear and Bear Creek trail, the flight log said.
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