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The Crooked Creek fire burned about 177 acres on the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in early August before being controlled.
The view into Dog Creek Drainage is highlighted by the backdrop of the Bears Paw Mountains. A 344-acre portion of the Dog Creek drainage was added to the Judith Landing Historic District, located in Fergus County, and listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Cory Neuharth, a wildland firefighter from Miles City on the Eastern Montana Type 2 initial attack crew, digs at smoldering roots during mop-up operations on the Olin fire on June 21.
The Olin fire roars through sagebrush on Saturday.
The Olin fire is burning about 50 miles due west of Jordan on a mix of private and federal lands. This photo was taken on Saturday as the fire grew, boosted by strong wind.