The Desert National Wildlife Refuge just North of Las Vegas Was Created to Protect Nevada’s Bighorn Sheep. The Visitor Center Has Well Designed Interpretive Displays, a Desert Oasis Walkway and is Staffed with Helpful Experts. The DNWR is the largest wildlife refuge in the lower 48 states and has as its main feature the massive Sheep Range.
The most certain location to view wild bighorn sheep in Nevada Deserts is in Valley of Fire State Park. Here is a collection of video sightings at the Bee Hives formations, Silica Dome and Fire Canyon. It’s always an unexpected surprise and good fortune to come face-to-face with wild bighorn sheep! They seldom appear when you’re searching for them.