Update: 9 p.m.
BC Wildfire Service has provided updates to several wildfires in the region.
Near Humamilt Lake, there are three wildfires burning.
The Lower Humamilt fire is burning at 0.4 hectares and is now classified as under control.
The North Humamilt Lake fire is at 1 hectare in size, and remains out of control as of 8:35 p.m.
A wildfire northeast of Humamilt Lake, which was discovered Saturday morning (Aug. 26), is 0.009 hectares and burning out of control.
There are two wildfires in Upper Seymour Arm.
The first, which was discovered on Saturday at 1:17, p.m., remains at 3 hectares. It is burning out of control. The second, which was discovered around 1:27 p.m., is at 0.009 hectares and is also out of control.
Kidney Lake 1 remains at 0.009 hectares on the map as of 6:37 p.m., while Kidney Lake 2 now sits at an estimated size of 0.009 hectares as of 3:57 p.m. Both are listed as out of control.
Update: 3:45 p.m.:
Several more small fires were discovered by BC Wildfire Service on Saturday (Aug. 26).
The Upper Seymour River fire, northwest of the three previously reported Seymour Arm area fires, is sitting at 3 hectares, per the most recent BCWS update.
The Upper Seymour Arm fire is further north and close to the border with the Southeast Fire Centre. It is mapped at 0.009 hectares.
Two fires have also been discovered west of Mabel Range.
Kidney Lake 1 is at 0.009 hectares on the map, while Kidney Lake 2 sits at an estimated size of 0 hectares.
All seven are currently classified as out of control.
A third small fire has been discovered just northwest of Seymour Arm.
The new fire, labelled K42953 on the BC Wildfire Service map, located northeast of Humamilt Lake, was discovered around 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26.
This fire sits at 0.009 hectares.
It joins two other small fires in the area, discovered last Friday, Aug. 25.
The Lower Humamilt fire is burning at 0.4 hectares and the North Humamilt Lake fire is at 1 hectare in size.
All three are classified as out of control.