Comparing the Woodbury Fire with the five largest in Arizona

Woodbury Fire compared to 5 largest fires in state

The 40,000-acre Woodbury Fire 12 miles east of the Phoenix suburbs is large, but it is nowhere near as big as the five largest in the recorded history of the state, according to the graphic prepared by the Phoenix office of the National Weather Service.

More information about a couple of these fires: Wallow Fire and Horseshoe Two Fire.

(To see all articles on Wildfire Today about the Woodbury Fire, including the most recent, click HERE.)

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

5 thoughts on “Comparing the Woodbury Fire with the five largest in Arizona”

  1. Isn’t it interesting that all of the largest fires have occurred since 2000? Wonder why, he asks incredulously?

  2. Have you co side red updating this information considering the Woodbury fire it still going? It’s now up to 112,899 acres as of 6/24/19.

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