Come see the wild side of Nevada…wildlife that is. With varied terrain including everything from deserts to lakes and mountains to valleys, Nevada is home to hundreds of species of birds, bears, fish, lions, deer, elk and everything in between. Throughout Nevada you will find habitats, preserves and refuges dedicated to wildlife conservation and viewing. Explore the Silver State’s wild side and you’ll find that our animals, plants and birds are both beautiful and exciting to watch.
As ominous as it sounds, Death Valley National Park is a landscape of incredible beauty characterized by miles of deep sand dunes, colorful rocks and canyons, an assortment of native wildlife and one-of-a-kind evaporative salt elements.
Located in southeastern Nevada about 1.5 hours north of Las Vegas, lies the beautiful Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge.
The pinnacle of the Alta Toquima Wilderness in the South Summit, the tallest of the three peaks of Mt. Jefferson and the tallest point in central Nevada.
Gorgeous alpine lake at the end of this challenging trail. Top elevation of over 10,000 feet requires at least a three-hour ride each way (14 miles round trip).
Blue Lakes, Onion Reservoir, and Knott Creek Reservoir are three popular sites in this remote area.