While climate change can not be completely blamed for wildfires occurring, it is a partial cause. Of course, some wildfires happen by accident. This is why American National or State Parks should do properly controlled burns to help with problematic wildfires becoming much larger. It is also a major reason why camping has slowly started to be banned in parks beyond specific points. Whereas before, Park officials allowed people to camp in far more areas of the land. While it is true that humans can cause wildfires, this is not the only cause.
Temperatures have risen every year but one over the last 20 years specifically. This means that in the summer periods, temperature averages only continued to rise without failure in that period. Most of America’s wildfires tend to begin between spring and summer. California happens to see them more often, likely due to the dryness in the state. When temps rise and the sun is directly on dry trees, this can cause random fires to come about. Many begin with smoke and stop within a minute, others grow and will burst into fires. This will then start a wildfire.