Any non-structural fire that occurs on wildlands that is not a prescribed fire.
All fires that burn in wildlands, including wildfires and all prescribed fires.
a wildfire in an area in which development is essentially nonexistent, except for roads, railroads, power lines and similar facilities
A lightning- or human-caused fire that is either being suppressed or, if lightning-caused, allowed to burn (see Wildland Fire Used for Resource Benefit). Often used synonymously with ‘wildfire' or ‘forest fire'.
Any fire occurring on undeveloped land. See wildfire.
a fire occurring on remote and generally uninhabited land. Usually lightning caused.
Any nonstructure fire, other than prescribed fire, that occurs in the wildland.
Those fires that occur on lands with natural vegetation such as forests, grasslands, or brush, and generally minimal or no development.
Any fire occurring on the wildlands, regardless of ignition source, damages or benefits.
Any non-structure fire, other than prescribed fire, that occurs in a wildland area.
A wildland fire is a non-structure fire, other than a prescribed fire, that occurs in the wildland. These fires can potentially damage or improve park resources. Wildland fires that threaten lives or property are immediately suppressed.