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Hood National Forests. The speed and power of Oregon's wildfires Labor Day night into Tuesday morning can be seen on a satellite Lightning sparked the Lionshead Fire, which began August 16, 2020, in Lionshead Canyon on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community. The Lionshead Fire continues to actively burn in areas of timber with grass, shrub, and a patchy conifer understory. A map of evacuations in Marion County is available here. Lightning sparked the Lionshead Fire, which began August 16, 2020, in Lionshead Canyon on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community. Hood National Forests. Wildfires are a No Drone Zone. An historic windstorm arrived in the area on Monday, September 7, rapidly spreading the fire west onto the Willamette, Deschutes and Mt. Lightning sparked the Lionshead Fire, which began August 16, 2020, in Lionshead Canyon on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community. An historic windstorm arrived in the area on Monday, September 7, rapidly spreading the fire west onto the Willamette, Deschutes and Mt. Hood National Forests. Lightning sparked the Lionshead Fire, which began August 16, 2020, in Lionshead Canyon on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community. Hood National Forests. Lightning sparked the Lionshead Fire, which began August 16, 2020, in Lionshead Canyon on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community. Lionshead Fire Update Thursday, Oct. 15 REDMOND, Ore. - After precipitation on Wednesday, fuels began slowly drying out but are not expected to reach critical levels. Hood National Forests. Hood National Forests. Hood National Forests. The lightning caused fire started on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community and has spread to the Willamette National Forest and beyond. An historic windstorm arrived in the area on Monday, September 7, rapidly spreading the fire west onto the Willamette, Deschutes and Mt. The Lionshead Fire continues to actively burn near multiple communities as well as in areas of timber with grass, shrub, and a patchy conifer understory. An historic windstorm arrived in the area on Monday, September 7, rapidly spreading the fire west onto the Willamette, Deschutes and Mt. Lionshead Fire Update Thursday, Oct. 15 REDMOND, Ore. - After precipitation on Wednesday, fuels began slowly drying out but are not expected to reach critical levels. Hood National Forests. Good morning from the Lionshead Fire which is now showing 10% contai... nment. It is being managed with a full suppression strategy. There are no longer any evacuation notices for the Sidwalter/Miller flats area. An historic windstorm arrived in the area on Monday, September 7, rapidly spreading the fire west onto the Willamette, Deschutes and Mt. The Lionshead Fire continues to actively burn in areas of timber with grass, shrub, and a patchy conifer understory. Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps. The lightning caused fire started on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community and has spread to the Willamette National Forest and beyond. Revised closure allows increased access for hunting and recreation on Sisters Ranger District. An historic windstorm arrived in the area on Monday, September 7, rapidly spreading the fire west onto the Willamette, Deschutes and Mt. Lightning sparked the Lionshead Fire, which began August 16, 2020, in Lionshead Canyon on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community. See attached map and News Release below. Hood National Forests. An historic windstorm arrived in the area on Monday, September 7, rapidly spreading the fire west onto the Willamette, Deschutes and Mt. Hood National Forests. The Lionshead fire started in Lionshead Canyon by lightning on August 16, 2020 on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community. The Lionshead Fire continues to actively burn in areas of timber with grass, shrub, and a patchy conifer understory. Lightning sparked the Lionshead Fire, which began August 16, 2020, in Lionshead Canyon on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community. The lightning caused fire started on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community and has spread to the Willamette National Forest and beyond. An historic windstorm arrived in the area on Monday, September 7, rapidly spreading the fire west onto the Willamette, Deschutes and Mt. Fresno County – Emergency Resources Creek Fire Evacuation Zone Map Creek Fire Structure Status Map INCIWEB – Creek Fire Wildfire Cameras Bullfrog Fire Information Preparing for Wildfire Smoke Wildfire Smoke and Covid-19 Wildfire is Coming, Are You Ready? The lightning caused fire started on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community and has spread to the Willamette National Forest and beyond.

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