Where to see wild burros in AZ: Little Harquahala HA

The Little Harquahala Herd Area (HA)

The Herd Area includes 66,000 acres of upper Sonoran Desert habitat, where the desert mountains are separated by the Centennial Wash.

How to get there:

The Little Harquahala Herd Area (HA) is located southeast of Salome, Arizona, between U.S. Highway 60 and Interstate 10. The area is accessed by taking the Salome to Buckeye Road southeast toward Interstate 10. The extreme portion of the Harquahala Mountains and the majority of the Little Harquahala Mountains lie within the area.

About the Burros:

Today, the wild burro population inhabiting the Little Harquahala Herd Area is nonexistent.

Information gathered by the Bureau of Land Managment