Yesterday I spent several hours taking photos at a prescribed fire at Wind Cave National Park in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The park has a long history of prescribed fire, with the first one occurring in 1972. This two-day, 652-acre project was called Headquarters West, and was between the campground and the park headquarters.
HERE is information about the single-gas, pocket-size monitor made by Drager.
Thanks to Jim McMahill, Fire Management Officer, and his staff for their hospitality.
Some of the video that I shot is scheduled to be on the 5:30 evening news Friday on the Rapid City KOTA television station.
HERE is a link to the video.