Firefighters Monday continued to battle a wildfire that had consumed more than 3,300 acres in the Big Cypress National Preserve on Sunday. The location of the fire is shown above in pink.
Firefighters Monday continued to battle a wildfire that had consumed more than 3,300 acres in the Big Cypress National Preserve on Sunday. The location of the fire is shown above in pink. Big Cypress National Preserve
Firefighters Monday continued to battle a wildfire that had consumed more than 3,300 acres in the Big Cypress National Preserve on Sunday. The location of the fire is shown above in pink. Big Cypress National Preserve

Big Cypress wildfire burning across 3,000 acres. That’s not necessarily a bad thing

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