Coronado National Forest RSS Feeds

General Concept and Benefits of RSS Feeds

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology that allows organizations to deliver news and website updates to a computer or other Internet devices. A web feed is a file that contains a computer-readable summary or listing of the content of a Web page. The benefit of subscribing to a web feed is that you no longer need to visit the site itself to stay up to date. A "reader" or "aggregator" application constantly monitors the site and automatically shows you what's new. By subscribing to the RSS feed, users can easily stay up to date with new postings on the Forest Service web site. A simple click on any item listed will take you to that item.

What are RSS feed readers and how do I get one?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS), is another way for the USDA Forest Service to distribute information from the website. Using RSS, this website can feed the latest news articles, alerts, and other content to you automatically. To use RSS, you will need an RSS reader, such as My MSN, My Yahoo, Firefox Browser, and other downloadable readers. You will need to find the specific instructions for your service on how to receive alerts.

Site RSS Feeds

Listed are the RSS feeds available for Coronado National Forest. Please note, the feed will still be shown even if there are no items currently present.

How to copy RSS feed url

  1. Select a Feed.
  2. Go to your RSS Feed Reader.
  3. Paste the url into your feed reader.
  1. Hold your finger on a feed.
  2. Go to your RSS Feed Reader.
  3. Paste the url into your feed reader.

Is an RSS feed subscription an email list?

No, RSS feeds do not automatically add you to an email list to receive the content. However, some email programs, including Outlook, support adding RSS feeds, and there are other methods of getting RSS feeds directly in your inbox. Search for that capability with your email program if you are interested in receiving new RSS content via email.