Nevada Wildlife

Posted in North America | May 3, 2011 | Comment Now

The state of Nevada is famous not only as home to Las Vegas, but is also known for its remarkable range of attractions related to nature, and principally, wildlife. There are a good range of wildlife species to be seen in the state, and the state will prove to be a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. Hiking in the forests is one of the most fun ways of doing this.

Nevada’s unique range of species provides a rewarding experience for visitors. There are some extremely venomous snakes, which have their home in southern Nevada. There are species such as mountain lion, kit fox, brush rabbit, raccoon, beaver, antelope, elk, bighorn sheep, mule deer and a huge number of other species. There are a huge number of bird species as well, there are species such as northern flicker, golden eagle, American crow and more.

It is in the spring that most venomous snakes come into the open. It is important to take care while hiking in the wilderness. In the winter, raptors are in abundance, this includes eagles, hawks and more. Moopa Valey is home to some of the great settings to view birds. You can rent binoculars and other scopes here. Waterfowl is also found here in huge numbers.

Hunting is one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the wide open spaces of Nevada. The artificial wildlife environment is what attracts so many species here. There are unwanted predators that get attracted as well, so it is good to be on your guard.

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