The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service continues to provide excellent photos of their fire management activities. They have posted on flickr some photos taken over the last two days at the Big Pond prescribed fire in the Camas National Wildlife Refuge in southeast Idaho. The 150-acre prescribed fire was in a bulrush marsh and grassland unit on the refuge. The intent of the burn was to reduce old flammable vegetation near private residences and improve wildlife habitat.
So far there are six photos of the project — here are three of them. All were taken by Lance Roberts, Zone Fire Management Officer. (I need one of those Marsh Masters.)