Meet Jackson, Our Jovial (And Witty) Adopted Burro
Jackson is a formerly-wild burro who was adopted from the Red Rock Canyon Herd Management Area near Las Vegas in September of 2012. Jackson now helps Southern Nevada Conservancy with their education and outreach programs. He hosts a Facebook page to keep folks updated on burros, adoption and appreciating the finer things in life.
"After living the first year and a half of my life out in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, I was adopted through the Wild Horse & Burro Program. Now I take leisurely walks with my humans in the Mojave desert, meet lots of people at the Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center, and do education programs for kids about land conservation, horses and burros, and life skills.
I live near lots of friendly horses down at Cowboy Trail Rides, just south of Highway 159 between the beginning and end of the Red Rock Canyon scenic loop drive. Come by and see me! I've got a journal so you can record your visit with me. I'm on a strict diet to maintain my athletic figure, so please don't bring me any food!"
Like Jackson's Facebook page for fun stories and appearance updates!
Download Wild Horse & Burro Activity Book and more educator resources
Learn more about adopting a wild horse or burro
Shop for Jackson's book, custom plush with his real bray, and more to support his care and programs
Jackson was nomidated for a Public Lands Alliance Award for Outstanding Public Engagement: Program or Service!