Several large wildfires in Wyoming have drained the state's firefighting budget.
Gov. Matt Mead's office reports the state had burned through 75 percent of it's $9 million emergency fire suppression fund as of the end of June.
And with several other fires springing up over the last two weeks, that budget is stretched even thinner.
Wyoming did get a little more money when the fiscal year rolled over at the beginning of July, but with hot, dry conditions dragging on, it could still be a long fire season.
Mead's office says it's hard to estimate costs as efforts continue because several different agencies contribute resources.