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Ranger Burns patrols Deep Creek Hot Springs

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September 24, 2009 11:37PM
Officer makes it his mission to enforce the rules at Deep Creek and its hot springs

Deep Creek runs for 22 miles and is home to diverse wildlife -- from trout to an endangered toad -- and for Brad Burns, it's his passion.

Burns, a U.S. Forest Service law-enforcement officer, has worked for three decades to maintain the area and enforce the forest's rules for Deep Creek and its popular hot springs.

Deep Creek has year-round flowing water, is a state designated wild trout stream and is home to the endangered Southwestern Arroyo Toad. No overnight camping is allowed as a result.

"It's the pollution, the sanitation and the campfires," Burns said. "People are camped right on the water." .....

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