Athabaska Dawn was designed for arid, open country, including badlands, deserts, and dry plains. It can also be used to some effect in hardwoods during certain seasons.
Athabaska Dawn was intended for use against deer, elk, pronghorn, and predators, but may also be effective against other species.
Athabaska Dawn was our most expensive pattern to develop, containing elements such as Dinosaur Skin, meteorite Thompson Structures, grassland and desert flora, and a variety of fossil plants.
White Birch was used to border some of the abstract regions.