Numbers Confirm 2012 Was Worst NM Wildfire Season Ever

12/28/2012
Statistics show that 2012 was indeed the worst wildfire season in the history of the state of New Mexico. KRQE reports (http://bit.ly/Tv2DGw) that the National Interagency Fire Center made the announcement Friday, adding that fires all across the western United States burned more than nine million acres during 2012. The Whitewater-Baldy Complex Fire began in May in the Gila National Forest and burned about 300,000 acres before it died down. The Little Bear Fire started just a month later in the mountains above Ruidoso, burning almost 50,000 acres and destroying 242 homes. Read more at http://bit.ly/Tv2DGw.

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