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  • A lone elk in the smoky haze of the White Mountains. Forest Service and Arizona Game and Fish department staff plan to assess the impacts of the Wallow fire on wildlife.
  • A pronghorn on alert as the Wallow Fire burns on.
  • Two pairs of ducks take flight. Biologists believe the fire may be disrupting the breeding and nesting cycles of some songbirds, raptors, waterfowl and other avian species.
  • A smoky sunrise greets cattle on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in the White Mountains.
  • Command Central at the rodeo grounds in Eagar.
  • The Apache National Forest sign near Springerville, east of Greer.
Arizona
Wallow Fire: Wildlife Get Caught in the Smoke

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