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Bighorn Fire map: Track boundaries of the blaze near Tucson
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Bighorn Fire map: Track boundaries of the blaze near Tucson

The Bighorn Fire, sparked by lightning June 5 near Pusch Ridge in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson, has resulted in evacuations and is being fought by hundreds of wildfire fighters. 

Use this map, updated regularly, to see fire and evacuation boundaries.

Pan and zoom to find other wildfires and prescribed burns in the country. Fire data is updated regularly. Click the info icon to see when.

Read the latest updates about the Bighorn Fire here.  

See photos: Bighorn Fire in Coronado National Forest near Tucson

Map Source: National Interagency Fire Center 

 
 

Contact reporter Alex Devoid at adevoid@tucson.com or 573-4417. On Twitter: @DevoidAlex

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Alex has been with the Star since June 2019. He previously wrote about the environment for the Arizona Republic and he's a graduate of the University of Arizona.

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Strong winds to the southwest today will push the Bighorn Fire to the northeast. Fire crews made headway Friday with threatened areas where advancing flames forced evacuations: near Catalina State Park and along the northern edge of Tucson's Catalina Foothills.

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