Dr. Matt Goode and students from our lab attended the 53rd Joint Annual Meeting of AZ/NM American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society in Prescott, Arizona. Five of our students gave oral presentations about the work that they are doing at Stone Canyon, on the UA campus, and in Yuma, Arizona. On Friday, John Bosak gave the first talk on "Effects of Urbanization on an Assemblage of Sonoran Desert Snakes." John's talk focused on the changes in snake biodiversity and biomass at our study site, Stone Canyon, located in Oro Valley, Arizona. Then, Diego Huerta followed up with "Effects of Urbanization on Three Sonoran Desert Rattlesnake Species." Diego's presentation was specifically about how the three rattlesnake species are responding to increased levels of urbanization. Later in the day, Sam Johnson gave her first talk on "Monitoring Gila Monster Health in An Urbanizing Environment." While her presentation was also about the work that our lab does at Stone Canyon, Sam decided to focus on the potential impacts of treated effluent water on Gila monster health. The Friday session ended with a talk from Brieanna Whitehair on "Life in the City: Ecology of Urban Desert Spiny Lizards." Brie spoke about the Desert Spiny Lizards on the UA campus and made comparisons to a more "wild" population found at Rio Vista Natural Resource Park in Tucson, Arizona. On Saturday, Anthony Pawlicki gave an excellent talk on "Female Reproduction in Flat-Tailed Horned Lizards." He shared the results of the horned lizard project that he has been working on since 2017, which included radio telemetry of gravid females and average clutch sizes. This meeting was a great opportunity for students in our lab to practice their presentation skills, connect with other wildlife students and experts in the field, and learn about a wide range of topics.