Clover Fire, They'll Fight It Now

The lightning caused Clover Fire has burned nearly 4,000 acres near the Sequoia National Forest. The Clover Fire began May 28 and was designated a “Wildland Fire Used For Rescource Benefit” or FUM. The fire has been redesignated and suppression efforts are now being put in place.
Hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail are being rerouted, away from flames and fire suppression activities. The fire is burning generally eight miles north of Kennedy Meadows in the So. Sierra Wilderness.

Take a look at this webcam view of the Clover Fire.