HOLLY SPRINGS, Ga. -- Fire crews are out on scene fighting yet another forest fire that's sprung up in north Georgia.

An officials with the Georgia Forestry Commission told 11Alive at least 10 acres of forest in Holly Springs have burned so far, and the number of acres could increase.

PREVIOUS | Firefighters worried drought conditions could lead to more fires

Firefighters are using three bulldozers and a brush truck in efforts to contain the fire near Amylou Circle that's affected a 15-year-old pine stand.

Smoke from a Holly Springs forest fire.

Officials say the terrain for the area is moderately steep, which is why they are using the heavy machines to work around the edges of the fire. Additional crews are conducting "air recon" to track smoke plumes above the fire.

RELATED | Fire danger extremely high with drought

At this time, fire officials don't know how the fire started, but they think they have it about 40 to 50 percent contained.

RELATED PHOTOS | Wildfire battled in several Georgia counties

RELATED PHOTOS | Car-carrier blaze sparks brush fires along I-85