|I liked this chapter, and the picture it paints of both the land and the people living in it. The second sentence is difficult to follow- might work better if it were broken into two, just to clarify where the Hunter's lived.
grammatically, I saw only two problems: there's a tense change in the sentence talking about a light haired child "is" born -- think it should be 'was' in order to stay consistent. Then, when you're talking about the birds landing on Tark, you say "when they stopped moving" - I assume you mean Tark and his father, but it reads as if you mean Tark's 'head and shoulders'
Only spelling error is the word 'bareing' which, should be bearing, as in child-bearing
I hope to continue reading the story tomorrow- it's interesting.