A wildfire burning in a remote area near the Arizona-New Mexico border has grown to 2,112 acres.
The Guadalupe Fire was first spotted Tuesday. It's burning on Coronado National Forest land in Hidalgo County, New Mexico.
The fire is showing moderate growth behavior and is burning mainly in brush and grass, according to an update from forest officials.
About 85 firefighters have been assigned to the fire. Several ranch buildings are about two to three miles southeast of the fire.
Two crews, including a hotshot team, have been sent to the fire. Two engines and two helicopters are also assigned.
The fire is about 30 miles east of Douglas. There is no containment at this time.