This fire was discovered in the Upper Green/Moose Gypsum area of the Pinedale Ranger District Friday evening. Forest and County resources initially responded and two helitack were dropped off by helicopter 6HE to suppress the tenth acre fire. Cause has not yet been determined but is under investigation.
This half acre fire borders the Caribou Targhee National Forest and is located up the Mosquito Creek Drainage on the Jackson Ranger District. Interagency helicopter 35 HX has delivered 2 firefighters and will bring another 3 in to help fully suppress this fire burning in a mixture of shrub and timber. A small column of smoke might be visible from the valley floor and for those commuting over Teton Pass to and from Jackson.
Resources responded to this smoke reported in the Upper Green north of Flying A on Sunday afternoon. A Type 3 helicopter, Engine 421, and a squad from the Teton Crew off the Soda Lake fire are currently working on the fire. Fire has been contained as of Monday morning.
The #SodaLakeFire, three miles west of the national forest boundary near South Cottonwood Creek on the Big Piney Ranger District, was spotted July 27. The fire is under a full-suppression strategy.
Shale Creek Fire was called controlled on August 4th and is in monitor status.
Shale Creek Fire was called out on September 10th.
Firefighters under Wyoming Type 3 Team 2 have been successful in limiting the footprint of the Shale Creek Fire ahead of forecast monsoon rainfall. A Bridger-Teton National Forest Type 4 Team will assume command on Wednesday, July 28... July 27th Final Update
E-631 from Greys River Ranger District responded to the West Fork Fire after helping support the Tuffield Fire that started the previous day. This fire is 1/10 of an acre and has been contained and controlled the same day.
This fire was reported late afternoon on Friday by a forest visitor camping along the Cliff Creek Road. Helicopter Three Eight Hotel X-Ray launched out of Pinedale and delivered two firefighters to the vicinity and picked up an additional two from East Zone Engine Six Seven One.
The Spring Creek Fire is the third fire detected today as a flight recon was being done.
This fire is located west of the Cliff Creek drainage north of Kerr Creek. Firefighters from Teton Interagency Helitack and East Zone engines were flown in to the fire Tuesday evening to begin suppression efforts.
This new small .10 of an acre fire is located within the Willow Creek Drainage. Another area that does not indicate lightning in the area for sometime. Due to the numerous new fires on the forest, two firefighters and a helicopter from the Caribou Targhee have flown over to assist with the suppression of this suspicious fire. The Bridger Teton National Forest is in Fire Restrictions!