The Calf Canyon / Hermits Peak Wildfire, which occurred in New Mexico, stands as the largest and most devastating fire in the state's history. It consumed over 341,735 acres of land, including pine forests, fir trees, pinyon trees, scrub brush, grasslands, and forbs across the Southern Rocky Mountains and Southern Rocky Mountain Foothills. The fire initially began as a controlled burn but quickly spiraled out of control. Dry weather conditions and strong winds exacerbated the situation, followed by a monsoon season.
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