Poaching runs rampant in Africa. As Rangers and Poachers vie for control of the last endangered animals in Africa another conflict rages on the West Coast of America.
California is being hit with the worst drought in the states history. Temperatures are reaching record highs with no rain in sight. The agriculture industry is on it's last leg as the major cities centers draw more and more water away from the farmland to sustain the many millions within their limits. As lawmakers and politicians debate the situation the environment reaches a tipping point.
In the summer of 2156 massive wildfires ignite across the state threatening towns and cities both large and small. The parched landscape is prime for some of the largest and most destructive fires on record.
Stretched to the limit, the California Fire Service scrambles to deploy teams across the state to combat the fires before they can reach major civilian centers. Mobilizing both local and state fire units as well as volunteers they battle the inferno to protect both the land and the livelihoods of the people.
Deployed in the field with them are advanced drones in the shape of local wildlife. They bring much needed assistance to the field, but will they be enough?
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