A new wildfire in Dinosaur National Monument was started on Sunday by lightning. So far the “Happy Hollow” fire is burning an area of mostly trees and sagebrush. At last report the fire was 335 acres and burning in the Monument about 25 miles west of Maybell, Colorado. The BLM reports that there have been around 100 firefighters working on the blaze so far and that no structures are in danger by the fire. There has been no containment numbers released and flight restrictions are in place to prohibit any use of drones. States throughout the region are working on or have passed new laws regarding drones around wildfires after firefighting efforts were hindered by drones hovering around Utah wildfires earlier this spring and summer. Utah passed House Bill 3003 in July which increases penalties for operating drones in and around wildfires.