The heat. Yes, The heat is not just affecting us human types. Every day, it seems for the entire country, the record heat has been the lead story in the news. And while the so-called heat dome that blanketed so much of the country impacted people, I got to wondering how much of an impact heat has on Fish and wildlife? I asked Fish and Game official Roger Phillips. These super hot conditions. Oh, my gosh. Is there an impact on Fish and Wildlife? Speaker2: Yeah, definitely. But it's not like the first time any of these animals have had to deal with heat. But what we run into a lot is in some of our smaller bodies of water, local ponds and smaller reservoirs and things like that, shallow areas, when they warm up, we start seeing some die off and we've got a place where we just put a little pond there on salvage regs and we'll see some more of that. But we kind of see that every summer animals are a little more mobile. They can usually find a way to cool off. They're pretty well adapted, but over time, you know, too much heat is like anything else. You get the fires and everything, and so it can be tough. I know I'm kind of rambling here. To my knowledge, we don't have any real big project fires going so far. So knock on wood. Speaker1: The knocking didn't work because forest fires have found their way into the northwest.