Wildfires at a Glance

Major California wildfires:

--CEDAR FIRE, San Diego County: 10 people dead, 206,664 acres burned, 881 homes destroyed. Started Oct. 25, apparently by lost hunter setting a signal fire. Air traffic nationwide was disrupted when flames forced evacuation of a Federal Aviation Administration control center. No containment.

--DULZURA FIRE, San Diego County: No deaths, 45,291 acres burned. Started Oct. 26, cause under investigation. 90 percent contained. Briefly burned across border into Tijuana, Mexico.

--PARADISE FIRE, San Diego County: 2 people killed, 57 homes destroyed, 37,000 acres. Started Oct. 26, cause under investigation. 15 percent contained.

--GRAND PRIX FIRE, San Bernardino County: No deaths, 77 homes destroyed, 57,232 acres. Started Oct. 21, blamed on arson. 35 percent contained.

--OLD FIRE, San Bernardino County: 4 people killed, 520 homes destroyed, 26,000 acres. Started Oct. 25, blamed on arson. 10 percent contained.

--SIMI VALLEY, Ventura County: No deaths, 16 homes and 64 outbuildings destroyed, 92,000 acres. Started Oct. 25, cause under investigation. 5 percent contained.

--VERDALE FIRE, Los Angeles County: No deaths, 9,000 acres. Started Oct. 24, blamed on arson. Contained.

--CAMP PENDLETON, San Diego County: No deaths, 8,500 acres. Started Oct. 21 on the Marine base, cause under investigation. Contained.

--PIRU FIRE, Ventura County: No deaths, one outbuilding destroyed, 30,500 acres. Started Oct. 23, cause under investigation. 17 percent contained. Damaged small corner of Sespe Wilderness and Sespe Condor Sanctuary, but no condors are currently in the refuge.

--MOUNTAIN FIRE, Riverside County: No deaths, 21 homes destroyed, 9,742 acres. Started Oct. 26, cause under investigation. 75 percent contained.