Pony Fire as seen June 10, 2016 during Initial Attack.
|Location||Klamath National Forest, Happy Camp, Siskiyou County, California|
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|Date(s)||June 7, 2016|
|Burned area||2,858 acres (12 km2)|
On June 8, a lightning storm passed through the Klamath National Forest igniting multiple small fires. One of the strikes, near Pony Peak, quickly grew to over 150 acres (0.61 km2) and became the Pony Fire. Efforts to extinguish the fire were hampered by steep terrain and difficult conditions.
- 2016 California wildfires
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