Fire crews doused a pair of wildfires in Utah County Sunday evening.

A wind-aided blaze that burned 200 acres, and for a time threatened a home on a dairy farm near the Tunnel road area, west of Goshen, was controlled by firefighters from Goshen and Utah County about midnight.The fire was believed to be caused by a lightning strike, according to Lola Murray, U.S. Forest Service spokeswoman.

Another fire that burned several acres in the town of Birdseye, located up Spanish Fork Canyon, and was extinguished by 9 p.m. The cause is currently under investigation, Murray said.