There are a lot of wildfires to keep track of, and to that end I will post some links to those wildfires that have Inciweb incident pages. The Southern Area Coordination Center's (SACC) intelligence page (in the intelligence section of predictive services) is a good place to start for information on wildfires currently burning. I check out their Morning Report that is updated daily when there are active wildfires burning in the South. Don't forget to check out the SACC home page for some nice maps and links to other information. Another useful source of information is the Incident Management Situation Report (updated daily during wildfire season and less often at other times of the year) from the National Interagency Coordination Center.
I recently found a publicly available Facebook page for the Boteler and Nantahala Branch Fires (North Carolina), they have been providing updates for some of the wildfires that are currently burning in National Forests in North Carolina.
Mountain Creek Fire - Ozark-St. Francis National Forests; 442 acres, 50% containment
GEORGIA - Wildfires in Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest
Eastern Cherokee Complex - Eastern Cherokee Agency - 751 acres, 75% containment
National Forest in North Carolina
- Boteler; 8,695 acres, 37% containment
- Maple Springs; 7,177 acres, 15% containment
- Old Roughy is being managed as a part of the Maple Springs Fire.
- Knob Fire; 1,130 acres, 94% containment
- Tellico Fire; 13,676 acres, 39% containment
- Muskrat Valley Fire; 103 acres, 75% containment
- Cliffside Fire; 101 acres, 98% containment
- Dick’s Creek; 728 acres, 94% containment
- May Branch Fire; 175 acres, 98% containment
- Ferebee Fire merged with Tellico Fire reported on in Tellico Fire incident page
- Moses Creek; 103 acres, 98% containment
- Avey Branch merged with Maple Springs Fire, reported on in Maple Springs incident page