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Bitterroot National Forest

Bitterroot National Forest

Downing Mountain
The effects of the Sawtooth Fire on Downing Mountain. (KLYQ Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Aftermath on Display

Here's what remains - an October 20th photo.

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beetle killed trees
The look of the forest is "red and dead" where the Mountain Pine Beetle has attacked. (USFS Photo)
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Beetle Infested Trees Keep Campground Closed

The effects of the Mountain Pine Beetle are evident.

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bitterroot river
The Bitterroot River on a great October day. (KLYQ Photo)
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Bitterroot Fire Restrictions Are Lifted – But Be Careful

Get out into the woods.

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smoke october 10
At 2 p.m. Oct. 10, east of Victor along the East Side Highway, the smoke hides the mountains and shrouds the trees. (KLYQ Photo)
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No Rain and Large Forest Fires Equals Lots of Smoke

You can't see very far in the Bitterroot Valley.

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sawtooth ridges
The ridges lining the Sawtooth Canyon are striking...without smoke. (USFS Photo)
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Powell Complex Brings Smoke – Bitterroot Fires Are Smoldering

A look at the area fires.

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Moe Fire
A smoky photo of the Moe Fire last week. (USFS Photo)
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Here It Comes Again – Western Montana Fills with Smoke

Without rain and wind, this is what we get.

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sikorsky skycrane
A Sikorsky Skycrane, dropping water on the McGuire Fire by Dixie, Idaho on Oct. 4. (USFS Photo)
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Forest Fires Still Burning – Two Bitterroot Trails Re-opened

The cold weather is sapping the fires.

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bitterroot mountains
Bitterroot Mountains (KLYQ File Photo)
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Ravalli Committee Approves 11 Bitterroot Projects

Ongoing work is funded by local committee.

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moe fire
The Bitterroot portion of the Moe Fire, 10 miles west of Lake Como. (USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot’s Moe Fire Gets No Rain, But Low Temperatures

The fires continue.

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As seen in this photo from the weekend, the Sawtooth Fire continues to burn toward the west in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. (USFS Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Heads West – Moe Fire Comes East

A quick look at the fires around us.

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