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Colorado's High Park Fire 2012 (Marc Piscotty/Getty)
Colorado's High Park Fire 2012 (Marc Piscotty/Getty)
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Colorado Wildfires Force Evacuations and Send Smoke Our Way

Firefighters in Colorado are currently working on at least three wildfires, one burning in Rocky Mountain National Park.

The Big Meadows fire inside Rocky Mountain National Park was caused by lightning on Monday, June 10, and has grown to 75 to 100 acres, being fanned by high winds, low humidity and lots of beetle-killed trees for fuel. It has closed several trails in the park.

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Photo of Monday's (8/27/12) wildfire, taken near the Wyoming/Colorado border.  (Photo: Trevor T. Trujillo)
Photo of Monday's (8/27/12) wildfire, taken near the Wyoming/Colorado border. (Photo: Trevor T. Trujillo)
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New Wildfire Causes Smoke on Laramie Horizon

Not a lot of information is being released at this time, however both Albany county Sheriff’s Dispatch and officials of Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest confirm that plumes of smoke seen southwest of Laramie on Monday, are from a new wildfire

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Smoke From Western Wildfires (David McNew/Getty)
Smoke From Western Wildfires (David McNew/Getty)
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Western Wildfires Creating Cheyenne Haze

Wondering where the smokey haze around Cheyenne is coming from?

There are plenty of sources as wildfires are burning in several locations across the western United States including in Wyoming.

According to the Wyoming State Forestry Division, there's a 6, 500 acre blaze burning southeast of Casper. The Little Boxelder Fire about 10 miles south of Glenrock has burned grass and timber since it was first reported last Friday. It is about 80 percent contained.

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High Park Fire Seen From Space Station (NASA/Getty)
High Park Fire Seen From Space Station (NASA/Getty)
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Space Station Crew Snaps Photos of Western Wildfires

Have you seen how big the western wildfires look from space?

NASA recently released photos of some of the fires burning in the western United States and they really put into perspective just how large some of them are.

The wetter weather this last

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Valerie Blair, U.S. Forest Service
Valerie Blair, U.S. Forest Service
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Fires Continue To Grow In Wyoming – Update

Update

July 3, 2012, 8:00 p.m., Location:  Medicine Bow National Forest, Albany County, Wyoming, Date of Fire Start:  June 30, 2012     1:00 p.m., Cause: Under Investigation    Size: 9,085 acres (reduced from previous report due to more accurate mapping).    Containment:  12 percent 

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Timelapse – Waldo Canyon Fire, CO – Amazing! [VIDEO]

With all the smoke and wildfire all around us...I thought I had seen most of the videos available on the subject.

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Colorado's High Park Fire Burns, Forces Evacuations
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Western Wildfires – Latest Updates [VIDEOS]

It is simply amazing to me the grand display that Mother Nature is putting on in our state of Wyoming, and our neighboring states too!

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Wildfire Danger Is Very High! Updates To Current Fires [VIDEO]

While the Guernsey State Park/Cow Camp fire is now contained and in the mop down stages, we have a new fire that broke out just yesterday (Sunday) morning!

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