There are several wildfires still burning on the Big Cypress National Preserve of the National Park Service in the State of Florida, which we have been combined into a single post.
The Spoonbill Fire is burning on the Big Cypress National Preserve of the National Park Service, about 30 miles east of Naples, Florida.
There has been 1,843 acres of Southern rough and grass that have been destroyed. The fire behavior is minimal with smoldering which is great news for tireless efforts performed by all involved with this incident.
They have reached an 85% containment status.
The total cost-to-date for fire suppression and containment efforts have topped out at $250,000.
The Buzzard Fire is located about 1.5 miles from the eastern boundary of the park and most of the fire is due north of the North Raccoon Trail. It was reported as a wildfire on April 10, 2018.
The fire has burned approximately 2,400 acres.
The cause is determined to be from a lightning strike.
* Closure Alert: All recreational use including Off-Road Vehicles, hiking, hunting, camping and commercial activities are prohibited in closure areas to promote visitor safety during wildfire activity. *
The Vulture Fire is located about .5 miles from the eastern boundary of the Preserve and about 1 mile NE of north Raccoon Tail.
Firefighters have reached a 90% containment status.
Cause was also determined to be from a lightning strike over the area.
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