Washington state Indian tribes: hunters without borders


The December air would soon be frosted with snow. Deer were headed down from the mountains to get away from the coming cold. Scott Schuyler shouldered his rifle. He'd hiked several miles through the Mount-Baker Snoqualmie National Forest; then he stopped. He reached a sign marking state park land, where hunting is not allowed. “This is where I turn around,” said Schuyler, an Upper Skagit tribal member.