You amply demonstrated your lack of understanding of evolutionary science in this thread, now you’re showing your ignorane of forestry and land management as well.
As a matter of fact…the particularly devastating wildfires now occurring in the Western U.S. are due primarily to two things; A) rampant exploitation (clearcutting, over-harvesting, over-grazing, etc. which has served to increase fuel loads, and B) higher temperatures and drought conditions brought about by anthropogenic climate change. Couple these with the outward expansion of the urban/wildland interface and the appalling lack of sense shown by developers and homeowners in re. their lack of protective measures and you’ve a recipe for ready-made disaster. “Environmentalists” (whoever they are - I’ve known environmental activists, habitat preservationists, conservationists, tree-huggers, but don’t think I’ve ever met one o’ them "environmentalists) have had nothing to do with this particular conflagration. The blame rests squarely on the land managers, land owners, and the extractive industries that have traditionally controlled them.