The Bridger-Teton National Forest lifted all closures around the North Buffalo Fire in the Teton Wilderness beginning this weekend. The 28,800-acre fire located 14-miles northeast of Moran was a human caused fire which prompted an emergency closure for many Forest trails in the area to provide protection to the public from hazards associated with the fire. At this time, based on current and expected weather and fire activity, fire managers see no need for future closures. However, officials say should fire behavior increase in the area and jeopardize public safety, an additional temporary closure may be necessary. Visitors to the area are reminded to use caution when traveling in the vicinity of the fire. They should be cautious of rolling rocks and logs, falling snags and trees and other hazards that are present in recently burned areas.