Fire officials and community met in Whitehall Monday at 2pm at the High School to go over rundown of the fires.
According to officials during the meeting a type 2 team is coming in and taking command of both Pony and Antelope fires.
The Antelope fire was reported around 2pm Saturday.
The fire is 10 miles north of Whitehall.
As of Monday afternoon the fire burned about 750 acres.
Fire officials believe it started from a lightening storm.
Fire officials also said the Antelope fire is "behaving," but they are remaining cautious.
"We have had some huge wind events these past two days with these red flag warnings and the fire did not get up and just rip across the hillside," U.S. Forest Service Public Relations Officer Arlee Staley said.
Staley said it's hot, dry, and windy all are factors in possibly fueling the both the Pony and Antelope fire.
Antelope is burning mostly lower grass.
Fire officials said Pony is a priority, because there are about 300 to 400 structures in the Pony fire area they're aware of.
Mammoth and South Boulder have been evacuated as of Monday afternoon.
Staley said evacuees can go wherever they like, but there is help out there for them.
She said the Whitehall Ambulance Service Barn on West Legion St. has a room set up full of cots and showers ready to go for evacuees.
NBC Montana spoke with Richard Dawson, a Mammoth evacuee who attended the Whitehall meeting.
Dawson said he is staying in a motel in Whitehall, but is glad to know there are services available.
He said emergency crews have been very helpful, but he hopes it is all over soon.
"The hope is that it tops off at the ridge and doesn't go any further," Dawson said. "I'm looking forward to getting back and having a place to get back to."
Fire officials said the Pony fire burned 400 to 500 acres just Monday morning.
Staley said because the end of June is early to start a serious fire season they are struggling for resources.
"Resources are pulled down south right now," Staley said. "So we are having a little trouble getting resources. We're calling them up as soon as they become available."