Hundreds of people took to the streets of La Paz on Sunday to protest what they say is "too little too late" from the Bolivian government and international community in addressing Bolivia's wildfires.
One person held a banner reading "Your indifference will burn us all."
Earlier on Sunday, Bolivian President Evo Morales said he would welcome aid in fighting his own country's fires, which have scorched about 3,475 square miles (900,000 hectares).
Most of the damage has been in the forests of the Chiquitanía region over the past two weeks, but fires also have burned in Bolivia's Amazon region.
Morales said at a news conference that he had accepted offers of assistance from the leaders of Spain, Chile and Paraguay.