Winter is coming to the Northern Hemisphere, which can only mean one thing: SICB is upon us. Every January, the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) hosts its annual meeting. SICB 2015 will take place in West Palm Beach, Florida. Perhaps it’s due to the fact that southern Florida is the global epicenter for Anolis invasions, but talks and posters about anoles will be particularly numerous at this meeting. By searching for presentations containing the keyword “Anolis,”, got 30 hits! That’s a much better turnout than the last few years, and hopefully a sign that Anolis presence at large annual meetings is on the rise. What’s more, there are two Anolis talks scheduled for the Huey symposium. This symposium is a competition for the best student talk hosted by the Division of Ecology and Evolution, and is named after anolologist and distinguished evolutionary biologist Ray Huey. I won’t be there this year, but I look forward to reading about all the new and interesting research involving anoles on this blog. Best of luck to all the presenters!