Desert Bighorn Sheep

Valley of Fire State Park

The Mojave Desert can see temperatures up to 130˚F in the summer months. How can anything possibly survive in this desert heat? Whoever lives here must need superpowers in order to survive! Amazingly, the Bighorn sheep are animals who can live here without the aid of air conditioning. Join a ranger, and discover these animals and what superpowers they have that help them survive in one of the hottest places in the United States.

WHEN: Saturday, May 18, 2:30 pm-3:00 pm

WHERE: Meet at Valley of Fire Visitor Center

COST: This event is free of charge; however, Valley of Fire State Park does have a day-use fee of $10 per vehicle.

CONTACT: Rosa Prasser, 702-397-2088,

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