Brian Kubicki is founder of The Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center, a private reserve created in an attempt to further biological and conservational efforts directed specifically at Costa Rican amphibians, including the Lemur Leaf Frog. He is a major collaborator and key person within Project Lemur Frog. The CRARC is now one of the last known places the Lemur Leaf frog is known to exist within Costa Rica. Brian is actively involved in conducting research on the reserve, and this ranges from conducting biological surveys and conservational work such as reforestation, habitat creation, and habitat rehabilitation. His efforts are being directed towards the goals of publications, conservational methods, public awareness and education. Brian believes that through education the natural environments may experience a brighter and more secure future, one that will allow future generations to enjoy and explore their incredible natural wonders. His view is shared by all other participants of Project Lemur Frog.