It’s no secret that Nevada is a wildlife enthusiast’s paradise, especially if you love spotting wild horses. After all, our state is home to the nation’s most wild horses and burros. That’s pretty incredible! Finding a herd of wild horses out in the wilderness can be tricky, but it always pays off. Seeing a wild horse with your own eyes is an experience unlike any other. If you’ve never seen a wild horse before but you’d like to, you may want to head to the one magical spot that’s considered the best place to spot a wild horse herd in the Silver State. The Virginia Range is considered prime territory for horse viewing so keep reading to learn all about it!

Have you spent any time exploring The Virginia Range and checking out the wild horse herd that lives there? Do you know of any other horse viewing spots? Let us know in the comments! If you consider yourself an animal lover then be sure to check out these 10 Wildlife Sanctuaries In Nevada That Most People Don’t Know Exist.

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