The Winding Canyons of Ruohua
The Mahi Tahi have spread across much of Dawn Haven, but the northern boundary of land that that is undeniably theirs is marked by a system of meandering canyons that stretch from the Eastern coastline almost to the center of the southern coastline. These form a natural barrier, and the few land passages wide and stable enough for land traffic are tightly controlled. The jagged rocks of the canyon floor are littered with the bones of those who have tried to sneak across using makeshift bridges or ropes.
The winds that whistle through, and often up from, the canyons can be heard from a few miles away. The Mahi Tahi have several villages built onto the ledges, and into the cliff faces, of the canyons. Originally these villages were small and served to staff the border, but have become dwellings in their own right as peace and population increase. Wyvaran are especially at home in this local enjoying the mobility and freedom offered by the powerful wind currents.