The spirit of the vast western grasslands is an intimidating thing, fast and strong. Despite his intimidating looks he is quiet and patient and, while he is a master of the hunt, he is also a master of balance. You are just as likely to see him planting seeds or managing seedlings as you are to see a great display of his savagery.
You may enjoy his efforts and collect the bounty of the grasslands, but he does not tolerate greed. If cunning minds seek to abuse his hard work, they may find themselves under his keen eyes and quick claws. If you wish to remain in good favour with the spirit, bring exchanges – seeds, kitchen scraps for compost, fibres for birds’ nests. Many small children delight in seeing how the wild creatures use these things and bring everything they can think of.