Hunters at Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge Don't Block Roads
Hunters at the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge are being urged not to block roads in the area. Right now there are flare-ups from the Honey Prairie Fire that started in April. There are still 57 workers, 6 fire engines, and more equipment working on the fire that has now burned up to 306,477 acres inside the refuge.
Hunters are cautioned to park smart, and keep roadways open for firefighters in case of more flare-ups. The low humidity and strong winds are to blame for the longevity of the fire. From Florida Wires.