Sometimes there are Burros

A Burro is a wild Donkey. Same species, different name. They aren't native to our area but have been here for a very long time. The Spainiards brought them over in the 1500's, they would breed them with horses to create work mules. The Burros have easily multiplied since they have few, if any, predators. When we come across them on the tour, it's usually on warm sunny days while they graze. They camouflage easily, so we keep look out through the flat regions where they are easier to spot. But with so many distractions, don't forget to keep your eyes on the road too! 

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