You state: "Buffalo Mountain is unusual in that the peak is mainly exposed rock of a type unlike most of the nearby geology. This has resulted in a number of rare plant and animal communities that exist on and just below the summit of the the mountain."
You need to finish what you started. What's different about the rock? What rare plant and animal communities?
are covered in the link to the official Buffalo Mountain Preserve site.
Once the subject was broached, it should have been fleshed out. As it stands, we are given nothing but a hint, and we have to go looking for links to other sites to get the full story. A bit of simple info would be a big improvement: Name the rock type and the plant and animal communities.