Are There Any Wild Burros in Nevada?

Yep, you can find them here:

Managed for Burros Only

Managed for Horses and Burros

The stocking rate on some of these HMAs is so low that the probability of actually seeing a horse or burro is small.  Best chance might be on the Blue Wing Mountains and Warm Springs Canyon HMAs, with stocking rates of 3.6 and 2.2 animals per thousand acres respectively (based on the upper range of the AMLs).

In the burros-only category, Marietta Wild Burro Range is best, with a stocking rate of 1.6 animals per thousand acres.

In addition to the Marietta burros, this video gives you a nice view of the Nevada high desert.

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