Four lightning-caused wildfires discovered on Tuesday are burning southeast of Port Mcneil.
The largest of the four, burning at a size of half a hectare, is around five kilometres south of the small community of Telegraph Cove.
The B.C. Wildfire Service says crews are close to keeping it from spreading, while the other fires are small spot fires burning in further eastern areas. At this time there is no threat to Telegraph Cove.
One crew and two helicopters have been committed to the efforts.
Lightning storms that swept across B.C. are being blamed for many of the blazes that started this week across the province. A B.C. Wildfire spokesperson said more than 300 wildfires have started since Tuesday, with dozens recorded in the last few days in the Cariboo region.
With files from the Canadian Press