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Wallow fire continues to burn in Arizona and New Mexico

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A butterfly hovers over a flower as smoke rises around the Lee Valley Recreational area in the Apache National Forest during back burn operations as the Wallow Fire continues to burn June 12, in Big Lake, Arizona. The wild fire which is reported as 45 percent contained has spread over more than 600 square miles as it crossed the border into New Mexico, destroying over twenty structures, the majority in the resort town of Greer, Ariz., and threatened thousands more.

 Although the fire continues to burn, evacuation orders have been lifted for thousands. Read more here.