Jack and Vixen are searching a remote area of woods around Spearfish Lake for an eagle's nest -- but they find a forest fire instead. The woods are very dry, and fast action is needed to keep the small fire from turning into a major disaster. It is a busy and fast-paced day for local volunteer firemen, railroad workers, Randy from Clark Construction, and others from around Spearfish Lake, including members of the local nudist resort, and the two high school-aged birders are right in the middle of it.
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I want to thank my usual crew of editors, Bob Haeffner, Warren Stewart, Derek Wright and someone who wishes to remain anonymous for their help in chasing down fluffs, typos, and downright errors. If not for their careful oversight, there would be many more than the few that slip through. Also, thanks to Doug Gehon, who does the e-book conversions. This book is better than it would have been without their help.