Washington State University students Bethany Tegt and Jenna Chapman both worked with me last summer studying the behavior of American Pikas at Craters of the Moon and the Pioneer Mountains and are completing Honors Theses on components of the project. Bethany focused on forage availability and use at our two study sites and Jenna focused on comparing home range sizes of pikas between the two sites. Both students presented their research this week. Bethany defended her Honors Thesis to her committee and Jenna presented a poster at the Showcase for Undergraduate Research. Both students did an excellent job!