The 85,960-acre Canyon Creek Complex south of John Day is 44 percent contained. The lightning-caused fires are located one mile south of John Day and Canyon City. Afternoon winds Wednesday coupled with hot, dry conditions caused expansion and triggered evacuations in the Pine Creek area.
The Eldorado Fire and Cornet-Windy Ridge Complex – The Eldorado Fire five miles SE of Unity is 20,635 acres and 80 percent contained. The Cornet-Windy Ridge Complex 16 miles south of Baker City is 103,887 acres and 85 percent contained.
Mop-up continues on the 26-acre August Fire in the Forest Grove District. The fire lines appear to be secure, But ODF will continue to manage the fire for the possibility of dry easterly winds in September. Cause is under investigation.
The 71,959-acre Grizzly Bear Complex is 10 percent contained. The lightning-caused fires are burning 20 miles SE of Dayton, Wash., and near Troy, Ore., in the Northeast Oregon District.
The 24,452-acre Stouts Creek Fire is 86 percent contained. The human-caused fire is burning 16 miles east of Canyonville. No perimeter growth is expected.
The 337-acre Falls Creek Fire is uncontained. It is burning five miles south of Joseph.