New images show wildlife thriving in Opal Creek after 2020 wildfires. Flames from the 2020 Labor Day Fires decimated and closed the popular Opal Creek Recreation Area.
Since then, few members of the public have been within the closure zone. However, one man, Ralph Bloemers, has set out to show how the forest there is healing using wildlife cameras. Earlier this year, Bloemers received permission from the Forest Service and Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center staff to place his cameras within the closure zone. In June, he placed more than a dozen cameras across the recreation area. "There's just a lot of misunderstanding about what fire does to forests, and I felt that the best way to address those was just to show people the thing itself," Bloemers said.
When Bloemers went to check the cameras in November, he found they had captured images of a variety of animals and the wildlife seemed to be doing well. The pictures and videos showed deer and elk eating new growth. Seventy-Two Hours Under the Heat Dome. The high winds that make up the polar jet stream encircle the Northern Hemisphere like a loosely draped rope.
There are typically four or six curves in the rope, the result of the temperature differences between the equator and the North Pole. The pattern of these curves is usually predictable, the weather associated with them—warm or cold spells, rain or snow—sticking around for a week or two, unless a significant event disrupts it. On June 20th, a tropical depression that appeared in the western Pacific, near Micronesia, may have been the beginning of such a disruption. The next day, as the tropical depression moved northwest, past Guam, it gathered enough force—sustained winds of forty miles per hour—to qualify as a tropical storm.
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