Arizona Wildfire Displaces Wildlife
The Wallow fire of Arizona is close to 400,000 acres. It has pushed out humans, ruined homes, and is forever changing the habitat of the areas. Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is also in the area of the fire. This region is home to endangered Mexican wolves, majestic mule deer and the prized bull elk. With the lush forests and elk population; if a hunter draws an elk tag, the hunter is able to tag out 50% of the time. Now this area will be forever changed. Hunters in the area think the wildlife will stay away for a couple of years to allow the land recover. From KTAR.com.