The two wildfires in Owyhee County that were sparked by lightning Saturday burned about 2,500 acres, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
The Crowbar fire, called in around 5 p.m. was knocked down by crews quickly. It burned about 900 acres south of Bruneau, according to BLM.
The Catspaw fire, also called in around 5 p.m. and located about 20 miles south of Bruneau, burned about 1,600 acres, according to BLM.
Five engines, three bulldozers, one water tender, one helicopter and air attack are working to quell the fire, according to BLM.
No structures were threatened and no one was injured by the fires, according to BLM.