In May of this year, I took three College of Wooster undergraduates to the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica to study frogs, snakes and lizards. April Arquilla (’17) did a field experiment on coral snake mimicry, Ben Grunwald (’17) studied lizards diversity in primary and secondary rainforests and Linnea Johnson (’17) studied glass frog diversity in primary and secondary rainforests. When not working with these fabulous students, I continued my studies of ecological niche use and parental care in glass frogs. We ate great food, made great friends, saw a lot of incredible wildlife and worked hard in the jungle to get our data. Hope to go down again next summer!