If you're serious about looking for new hunting opportunities check out tribal options. You might find them in your backyard or across the country, but there are ample resources to research. Many of the larger reservations and tribal holdings are found in the West, but the East also holds a share of the tribal land wealth. The Bureau of Indian Affairs works with 562 federally recognized tribes with approximately 326 Indian land areas administered as Indian reservations, pueblos, missions, villages and other designations. Some are small holdings while others are massive consisting of millions of acres of land. All don't have whitetails, but those in the Heartland and the edge of the West hide a surprising number of whitetails.