MISSOULA, Mont. -

Firefighters are mopping up a wildfire that broke out just southeast of Missoula.

The Department of Natural Resources says at its height, 30 crew members including the Lolo Hotshots worked to knock down the blaze.

The fire spread across two to three acres on a hillside above the 36 hundred block of Patty Canyon.

It started Saturday afternoon.

No storms or lightning struck the area, so an investigator is looking to see if humans caused the fire.

The DNRC says even though it's spring, wildfires can break out at any time.

Fire danger is listed as low in Missoula County and high in the Bitterroot Valley.