In this Feb. 1, 2018, photo, a 3DR surveillance drone is photographed in a prescribed burn area in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge during a hazardous fuel reduction project along Funny River Road in Sterling, Alaska. The drone is equipped with thermal sensors that find any hotspots left by the fires.
In this Feb. 1, 2018, photo, a 3DR surveillance drone is photographed in a prescribed burn area in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge during a hazardous fuel reduction project along Funny River Road in Sterling, Alaska. The drone is equipped with thermal sensors that find any hotspots left by the fires. Peninsula Clarion via AP Erin Thompson
In this Feb. 1, 2018, photo, a 3DR surveillance drone is photographed in a prescribed burn area in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge during a hazardous fuel reduction project along Funny River Road in Sterling, Alaska. The drone is equipped with thermal sensors that find any hotspots left by the fires. Peninsula Clarion via AP Erin Thompson

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