Raging wildfires have been burning through forests on Canada's Pacific coast for days, with smoke from the blazes making the Moon appear orange.
The worst of the fires are blazing on Terrace Mountain in British Columbia and have already forced thousands of people to leave their homes.
There's been a heatwave in the area over the past few weeks, and officials think lighting strikes, along with the hot, dry weather caused trees and bushes to catch light.
Thousands of firefighters are battling to control the fires, helped by planes and helicopters dropping water on the flames.
Experts hope a change in weather will bring rain soon - which should help them get the fires under control.