Video: A Life Vest and an Airboat for a Wildland Fire? Yep!

U.S. Forest Service firefighters managed a prescribed burn in the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge last week.

To access the marsh areas, they had to employ an airboat and a terra torch.

The Forest Service posted this video showing the work under way.

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Grab your life vests! Our fire personnel @ Sacramento NWR (CA) completed a #rxfire via airboat and terra torch – allowing them to reach areas of the wetland that are normally inaccessible. Regular fire in wetlands is vital to promote healthy habitat for wildlife 📽️ USFWS pic.twitter.com/w0HRrtpGBr — USFWS Fire (@USFWSFire) February 16, 2023 U.S. […]

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