We have a million acres burning in Northern California, with very smoky skies and low visibility for the last week. The FAA has shut down the air space over the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, for the next two months, until the end of October! The populated cities are not on fire, but large forested areas to the South, East, and North are burning. I disagree with this huge shutdown of airspace for many reasons. I have been watching the skies, and there are no firefighting aircraft over the cities, such as San Jose, California, yet all of SJ airspace is shut down, the skies are very quiet. The skies are becoming less smoky a week after the fires started, and visibility is getting better. Additionally, why did the FAA shut down airspace for two months? How about shutting it down in two week increments? Then if fire conditions improve, we can fly sooner than in two months. I haven't flown in the last week, but as the skies clear I wanted to get back to work with the P4PV2. I would never fly near a wildfire, but Silicon Valley, where I want to map at 250' AGL is at closest 20 miles away from the forest fires, and over large mountain ranges. The closed air space looks like a venn diagram with several 100 mile diameter intersecting blue circles, see below[ DJI - The World Leader in Camera Drones/Quadcopters for Aerial Photography ] . I wish the fire fighters well, but we all have a job to do.