Animal rescuer Marcus Fillinger carries a burnt kangaroo on February 4 in Peak View, Australia. Fillinger calmed the wounded animal for transport to a recovery center.
A bush fire is burning near the town of Bumbalong, south of Canberra on February 2.
Horses panic when a fire burns near Canberra, Australia, on Saturday, February 1
A firefighter covers a bridge with foam when a bush burns near Moruya, Australia, on Saturday, January 25.
In this exposure photo, the car’s taillights extend to the left when a running fire glows in the twilight near Clear Range, Australia, on Friday, January 31.
An airplane dumps fire extinguishers behind houses at the foot of Mount Tennent as fire creeps through Namadgi National Park in Canberra on Thursday, January 30.
Flying glow can be seen in this long exposure photo from Moruya on Thursday 23 January.
A young koala named Jeremy receives medical treatment for burns at Healesville Sanctuary in Badger Creek, Australia, on January 23.
Firefighters fight Morton Fire when it burns a home near Bundanoon, Australia, on January 23.
The Parliament House in Canberra is covered by bush smoke on January 23.
A firefighter fights Morton Fire when it consumes a home near Bundanoon on January 23.
Veterinarian Ludo Valenza has two gray-headed foxes that were treated for forest fire damage at Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital in Beerwah, Australia, on Wednesday, January 15.
Lt. Kynan Lang from the 10th 27th Battalion visits the scene where his uncle and cousin died in a bush fire on Australia’s Kangaroo Island.
Properties damaged and destroyed by fire are seen in Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday 13 January.
Waste remains where houses stood in the Australian village of Wingello on January 13.
Bonnie Morris and sister Raemi Morris watch as their family and firefighters battle bush fires on the outskirts of their family home in Karatta on Saturday, January 11.
Pictures of firefighters are projected at the Sydney Opera House on January 11.
A vehicle travels through thick fog mixed with shrubbery smoke in the Ruined Castle area of the Blue Mountains on January 11.
Protesters march through central Melbourne on Friday, January 10, in response to the ongoing crush.
An aerial view shows a trail running through trees burned by bush fires in East Gippsland, Australia, on Thursday, January 9.
A pile of wood chips burns at a timber mill in Eden, Australia, on January 9.
Lisa Poulsen tends to her Clydesdale horse, Jake, on January 9. Jake suffered burns in a bush fire on December 31.
A small wave of black water full of burnt debris breaks on a beach at Eden on January 9.
A dead kangaroo lies on a burned farm in Batlow.
A firefighter fights away from flames after lighting a controlled burn near Tomerong on January 8.
Stephenie Bailey is embraced on Wednesday, January 8, as she describes the impact the bush has had on her farm in Batlow.
Charlotte O’Dwyer, the young daughter of Rural Fire Service volunteer Andrew O’Dwyer, wears her father’s helmet during his funeral after being presented a service medal in honor of RFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons on Tuesday, January 7 in Sydney.
A resident throws a bucket of water onto a smoldering tree on his property Monday, January 6 in Wingello, Australia.
A military helicopter flies above a burning wood chip plant in Eden, New South Wales, on January 6.
A Royal Australian Navy MH-60R Seahawk “Romeo” helicopter aboard HMAS Adelaide during Operation Bushfire Assist, on Sunday, January 5, in this image provided by the Australian Department of Defense. HMAS Adelaide and the Army Reserve Forces have helped evacuate bush fires on the southern coast of New South Wales.
Families are evacuated by flight from Mallacoota on January 5.
A man walks past ash from the bush fires washed on a beach in Merimbula on January 5.
The flight deck on a C-130J Hercules is lit by the red glow of the fires below as the flight crew tries to land in Merimbula to release fire and rescue crews to help fight the bushfires on January 5.
This satellite image from NASA on Saturday, January 4 shows smoke from fires burning in Victoria and New South Wales.
A father holds his daughter when the sky above turns red during the day of January 4 in Mallacoota, Australia. Many parents with young children were trapped in Mallacoota after flights were founded due to smoke and only school-age children and the elderly were allowed to evacuate by boat.
A Royal Australian Navy crew unloads luggage when evacuated from Mallacoota arrives aboard MV Sycamore on January 4 at the port of Hastings, Australia.
Smoke from fires hits a road near Moruya, Australia, on January 4.
Nancy Allen stands outside her house while high winds push smoke and ash from Currowan Fire towards Nowra in New South Wales on January 4.
Evacuees board the Royal Australian Navy’s MV Sycamore on January 3 in Mallacoota, Victoria, Australia. Marine ships plucked hundreds of people from the beaches and tens of thousands were urged to flee before warm weather and strong winds in the forecast aggravate Australia’s already devastating wildfires.
Massive smoke rises from fires burning in East Gippsland, Victoria on January 2.
Boats are being pulled ashore when smoke and fires rage on January 2 behind Lake Conjola.
Cars line up when people evacuate the city of Batemans Bay in New South Wales on January 2.
A satellite image released by Copernicus Sentinel dated December 31 shows bush fires across Australia.
A kangaroo rushes past a burning house in Lake Conjola, Australia, on December 31.
A man is trying to defend a property in Lake Conjola on December 31.
Firefighters throw down trees as they fight bush fires around the city of Nowra in the Australian state of New South Wales on December 31, 2019. Thousands of holidaymakers and locals were forced to flee to the beaches of devastated Southeastern Australia on December 31, which burned through popular tourist areas and left no flight over land.
A ruined home in Sarsfield, East Gippsland, Victoria, December 31.
Children evacuated from areas affected by bushfires are playing at the exhibit sites in southern New South Wales city of Bega on December 31.
A cloud crane drops water on a bush burning near houses in Bundoora, Melbourne, Monday 30 December.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) captured this satellite image of the historic bushfires that burned across Australia on December 26.
A firefighter fights against Gospers Mountain Fire in Bilpin, New South Wales, on Saturday, December 21.
A charred bike lies on the ground in front of a house destroyed by bush fires on the outskirts of Bargo on December 21.
Fire and rescue personnel are monitoring a bush fire as it burns near homes on the outskirts of Bilpin on Thursday, December 19.
A property burns in Balmoral on December 19.
A helicopter drops fire extinguishers to protect a property in Balmoral.
Police disperse protesters during a climate protest near Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s official residence in Sydney, December 19, during his absence on an overseas holiday, when bushfires burned across the region.
Children swing into the Penrith River during a heat wave in Sydney on December 19.
A landscape of burnt trees is depicted after a bush fire at Mount Weison, in the Blue Mountains, on Wednesday, December 18.
A wallaby escapes from a fire burning near Mangrove Mountain, north of Sydney, on December 10.
A smoke tire blankets Bondi Beach when the air quality index reaches higher than ten times dangerous levels in some suburbs of Sydney on December 10.
People participate in a guided climb of the Sydney Harbor Bridge as the bush fire sky darkens the sky on December 6.
People are seen wearing face masks to protect against the poor air quality in Sydney on December 5.
A bush fire burns out of control in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales on December 2,
Aerial view of bushes burning in Richmond Valley on November 26.
A CFA crew member is resting after a day of sustained controlled burns in St Albans, Australia, on November 21.
Firefighters try to protect Colo Heights Public School on November 19.
The Bushfire smoke clouds the sky over the Hawkesbury River in Brooklyn, Australia.
Firefighters work with controlled burns on November 14.
This satellite image shows fire smoke on November 14.
A man uses a wet towel to help extinguish flames near the town of Taree on November 14.
Firefighters organize their crews before working on controlled burns in Sydney on November 14.
Warren Smith pats his dog after returning to find his house destroyed near Nana Glen on November 13.
Teresa de Ruyter, left, and Michelle Wilson embrace after returning to their homes near Nana Glen on November 13.
Firefighters fight a scene fire in Hillville on November 13.
Residents are watching as thick smoke rises from the bush fires near Nana Glen on November 12.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison looks at a screen when he gets information on the bushfire situation on November 12.
Locals watching the fires affect farmland near Nana Glen on November 12.
A firefighter is shot after a bush fire in the suburb of Sydney in Llandilo on November 12.
A fire and rescue team inspects damage around the village of Torrington on November 11.
Andrew Mackenzie is investigating the damage in the area around his home in Torrington. His home was saved, but his neighbors’ houses were burned to the ground.
Smoke from Gulf Road Fire fills the air in Glen Innes on November 11.
A Taree fire station sign warns of “catastrophic” fire conditions.
A lone joey is depicted on a burnt ground in Torrington on November 11.
Emergency crews tend to animal on a property in Torrington on November 11.
Burnt trees dot the landscape of Old Bar on November 10.
A firefighter is working to contain a bush fire near Taree on November 10.
A helicopter drops water on a bush fire in Old Bar on November 9.
This aerial photo, taken on November 9, shows bushes in northeastern New South Wales.
Fires burn in the distance when children play on a beach in Forster on November 9.
A fire is raging in Bobin on November 9.
The remains of a property will be seen in Bobin on November 9.
A plane drops fire protection at a bush fire in Harrington on November 8.
Firefighters are trying to extinguish a bush fire in Woodford on November 8.
Police knock on the door of a house to warn residents of a bush fire outside the control near Clumber on November 8.
A resident snakes wobbly logs when a bush burns in Woodford on November 8.
The sun is seen through heavy smoke when a bush fires in Woodford.
Firefighters hose down an area in Woodford.
Forster residents watch as a water bombing helicopter flies over a bush fire on November 7.
This photo from NASA’s Aqua satellite shows destructive bush fires off the coast of New South Wales on November 7.