Death Valley’s Park Service Wants Them Gone. But Are Wild Donkeys Really the Enemy?

by Undark | October 14, 2019
DEATH VALLEY National Park is stunningly barren. Silt hillsides crowned with rock and scree give way to dry streambeds and barren salt flats, the air dancing under a pitiless sun. The largest park in the lower 48 states, it contains the lowest elevation point in the country — nearly 300 ...