Matt Brandt was offered a short internship this summer in the Biodiversity Collection to measure condylobasal (CB) length, using digital calipers, of about 1,000 of our 1,600 accessioned Fisher (Martes pennanti) skulls. He plans to use these data, in combination with data on CB lengths of skulls of American Pine Martens (Martes americana) for his Honors thesis. In addition, he transferred field measurements and data on reproductive status from original paper files to an excel table, from which they can be added to our specimen database.