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Wallow Fire

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Wallow fire biggest in AZ history

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Arizona Wallow Wildfire 2011

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Forest Management and the 2011 Wallow Fire

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Mandatory evacuations in Alpine AZ from Wallow fire

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Wallow Fire - June 2011 - Arizona

The Wallow Fire, named for the Bear Wallow Wilderness area where the fire originated, was a massive wildfire that started in the White Mountains near Alpine, Arizona on May 29, 2011. The fire eventually spread across the stateline into western New Mexico, United States. By the time the fire was contained on July 8, it had consumed 538,049 acres (2,177 km2) of land, 522,642 acres (2,115 km2) in Arizona and 15,407 acres (62 km2) in New Mexico.
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