Attention eBirders of Wyoming! There is new blog out there, Colorado and Wyoming eBird, which was spearheaded by Tony Leukering, the lead eBirder reviewer for Colorado, and with contributions from eBird reviewers from across Wyoming and Colorado. The eBird review teams of the two states see this blog as a way to impart information about all aspects of the eBird review process to the region's eBirders, with its primary purpose to make the review system more transparent. Posts will include essays on how filters are created, how they work, what filters mean for entering checklists, as well as information on how to get the most out of eBird, from using all of the data output tools to exploring the birds of different regions. For those of you who don't use eBird, check it out here. Its a fantastic resource for finding out what can be seen in your area, planning out a birding trip in a new and exciting place, and keeping track of your own sightings. Please check the new Wyoming and Colorado eBird blog here, and let us know what you think!