Montana Game Warden Association

The Montana Game Wardens Association (MGWA) is an organization of active-duty officers who serve as State Game Wardens in the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks. Retired officers as well as a number of non- warden supporters and sponsors constitute our Associate Membership. The Association strives to involve officers as well as the general public in important resource issues, recognize the long-standing traditions and accomplishments of Game Wardens in protecting Montana’s wild resources, as well as provide various benefits for its members.

The MGWA is in no way officially linked with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, a state agency, although most of its members serve the agency and, by extension, the people and wild resources of Montana. Views, comments, and opinions expressed in this website and MGWA publications are those of individual members, the Association as a whole and are not to be construed as necessarily reflecting the current policies, views or opinions of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.

Wyoming Game Wardens Association

The Wyoming Game Wardens Association was formed in 1973 for the purpose of furnishing a medium for good fellowship and loyalty to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and fellow officers, effectively maintaining the wildlife resources of the State, promoting a more efficient and able force of game wardens and to meet our responsibilities and problems collectively. The Association is classified as a nonprofit charitable organization for tax purposes.

Wyoming Game & Fish Department

For 50+ years the Wyoming Game and Fish Laboratory in Laramie, WY has provided top-notch services to the department as well as other state and federal agencies. The main focus of the laboratory is fish health and wildlife forensics. Additional duties include aging of big game teeth using a technique called cementum annuli analysis. The laboratory is one of the few state laboratories in the country that is both a full service fish health and wildlife forensic laboratory. Both programs are recognized nationally.

National Fish and Wildlife Forensic Laboratory

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Forensics Laboratory is the only full-service crime lab in the world dedicated to crimes against wildlife.

Our crime laboratory is very much like a 'typical' police lab, except the victim is an animal.

We examine, identify, and compare evidence using a wide range of scientific procedures and instruments, in the attempt to link suspect, victim, and crime scene with physical evidence.

Applied Biosystems

Applied Biosystems is one of the various brands under the Life Technologies brand of Thermo Fisher Scientific corporation.

Wildlife Heritage Foundation of Wyoming

“The mission of the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of Wyoming is to create an enduring natural legacy for future generations through stewardship of all Wyoming’s wildlife”.

BH Contracting Services

BH Contracting is a women owned, full service commercial and industrial construction company  specializing in the unique construction and safety requirement of the oil field industry.


QIAGEN is the leading provider of sample and assay technologies. Sample technologies are used to isolate DNA, RNA, and proteins from any biological sample. Assay technologies are then used to make specific target biomolecules, such as the DNA of a specific virus, visible for subsequent analysis.
We have developed and market more than 500 consumable products and automated solutions. The company provides these products to molecular diagnostics laboratories, academic researchers, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and applied testing customers for purposes such as forensics, animal or food testing and pharmaceutical process control. QIAGEN's assay technologies include one of the broadest panels of molecular diagnostic tests available worldwide. This panel includes the digene HPV Test, which is regarded as a "gold standard" in testing for high-risk types of human papillomavirus (HPV), the primary cause of cervical cancer, as well as a broad suite of solutions for infectious disease testing and companion diagnostics.

QIAGEN employs more than 3,400 people in over 30 locations worldwide.

Colorado Wildlife Employee Protective Association

Membership into CWEPA, a non-profit corporation, is open to any employee employed in a permanent status for one or more years with the exception of a District Wildlife Manager One, who shall be eligible for membership upon their initial employment with the DOW.

Muley Fanatics

The Muley Fanatic Foundation, a 501 C (3) non-profit conservation organization, was established in 2012 by Joshua Coursey and Joey Faigl. Headquartered in Green River, Wyoming, MFF aims to ensure the conservation of mule deer and their habitat and to provide supporting services to further the sport of hunting and sound wildlife management.


SoftGenetics’ mission is to provide researchers and clinicians with effective, biologist friendly, easy-to-use software analysis tools to meet the ever changing needs of today’s genetic researcher and diagnostician. We know our success is totally dependent upon our ability to meet the evolving needs of the user community. All of our software tools are the result of close, effective collaborations with the genetic community. So if one of our software programs doesn’t meet your exact needs, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Frontier Genomics