Named for the massive Buffalo herd that migrate across this large stretch of land that is of mixed-grass prairie on grass-stabilized sand dunes. It sits over a giant aquifer, supplying both permanent, and temporary lakes in low lying areas, depending on moisture for that year. Several animals make their home on this nearly treeless land, which include, mule deer, white-tail deer, coyotes, red fox, meadowlarks, wild turkeys, badgers, skunks, native bat species and many fish species. The vegetation is made up of sand-tolerant species from short-grass, mixed-grass and tall grass; plants from all three of these can be found within the ecosystem. An occasional tree can be found to use to shelter, and shade. You have to be tough to survive out here. Cowboy's occasionally use this area with their domestic cattle to take them to market, or to hunt. Indians are also out here during buffalo hunts as needed to supply food for their tribes..