Arkose Meadow is a beautiful expanse of meadow where deer and predators alike can be found. The tantalizing allure of the grasses that grow almost all year 'round in this meadow is too much for the deer to resist. Likewise, the presence of the deer brings on the arrival of predators. The meadow is graced with tall grasses in most areas, that could easily hide a medium-sized deer, but some of the taller species can still be spotted. Jutting through the center of the meadow is a radius of Arkose, a sedimentary rock that has risen upward from the ground to six feet high. This radius is used mostly for a lookout post for the shorter deer who otherwise might not see hungry predators lurking nearby. It's also often considered a safe place for the younger deer to relax and play while their mothers graze.