A morning on the North American Prairie begins with birdcalls. As many as 265 species of birds come to the plains in early summer to nest and raise their young. The sun paints the land with subtle dyes and in every direction there is sky and rolling plains of grass. As the day settles, herds of large animals like American Bison, better known as buffalo, roam through their kitchen of grasses, lupine, and tiny prairie flowers, grazing. Antelope bound through the scene, skittering here and there. Prairie dogs stand guard over their underground domain, as falcons and other birds of prey circle overhead Set contains 13 chunky figures and habitat theater! Includes fun facts about each animal and a narrative about each animal and a narrative about the habitat.