Arizona is battling multiple fires, that are being propelled by winds and hot, dry weather.
Lightning is being blamed as the cause for most of the blazes.
The Bowie Fire is burning southeast of Bowie, forcing some evacuations.
Nearly 2,300 acres have been lost to its flames since it was started by lightning on Thursday.
More than 150 firefighters are battling it.
The Dragoon Fire has burned about 200 acres since being ignited by lightning on Wednesday.
30 homes in the Cochise Stronghold are being threatened by it, forcing evacuations.
The Frye Fire, which was also started by lightning, began on Thursday night.
It has claimed 15 acres southwest of Safford.
The Lizard Fire, another lightning-caused fire that began on Wednesday, has burnt 3,500 acres south of Dragoon.
It has also caused evacuations and has burnt one home to the ground.
A Type 1 management team has been placed in charge of it.
The Paige Creek Fire has burnt 500 acres east of Tucson.
An investigation is underway to determine how it started.
The Saner Fre has burnt just under 200 acres, northeast of Douglas and may also threaten the Cochise Stronghold area.