The topography of the ranch varies from open, rolling, native grass pastures that have been cleared of brush to rugged rimrocks with some cedar break country. There are many areas of the ranch where the brush has been sculpted, leaving a desirable habitat for the abundant wildlife. Flat Top Mesa is a prominent landmark on the ranch towering approximately 400 feet above the rolling plains. There has been very little hunting pressure on the Covered S Ranch. The ranch supports a good number of aoudads, whitetail deer, mule deer, and turkey. Generally quail and dove hunting are excellent through this region. There is always wild hog and coyote hunting, and a resident herd of antelope that typically roam the open pastures.