Found this navigable map website for public information on wildfire burn areas on esri.com, a major GIS (geographical information systems) company (current 7/30/2013) It loads without GIS software (no ESRI, no Google Earth - I opened in Mac's Safari) and you can probably bounce off major landmarks to see specifically where the burn areas may impact your future hiking plans until the area's vegetation regrows.
These maps uploaded to BPL below are small but you can zoom, expand, and pan to your hearts content on the website itself, capture it to the desired sizes, etc..
Remembering the threads from a month ago, here is the shape (scale below left) of the current area of the Pecos wilderness and nearby NF, plus the Jemez currently burning in 2013
Zooming in one can see the shape of the burn and make general plans accordingly once the forest reopens
Southern New Mexico in the Aldo Leopold of the Gila (the dots are the lead area of the fires).
ed: instructions and zoom photo