Glacier National Park has two RSS News Feeds.
One is just for Park New Releases, and the other contains information on Web site updates.
Click here to subscribe to Glacier's News Release RSS Feed.
Click here to subscribe to Glacier's Web Updates RSS Feed.
You may need to click on these links and then paste the URL of the resulting page into your feed reader. Want to know more about news feeds or feed readers? Read below...
What are news feeds?
A news feed is way to have a list of new web content (including press releases, videos, Podcasts, photo galleries, virtual tours, etc.) sent right to your computer's Web browser. News feeds are also called RSS. There really isn't good agreement on what the letters RSS stand for, but most people say it means Really Simple Syndication.
How can I use Glacier's News Feed?
The easiest way to receive the news feed is with your Web browser. Most newer Web browsers (Firefox 2 and Internet Explorer 7, for example) allow you to subscribe to a news feed by simply clicking on a link to the news feed file and then clicking on another link to subscribe. After you have done this, the content of the news feed will be displayed in your bookmarks or favorites—depending on your Web browser. If you are using a browser that supports this feature, subscribe to Glacier's News Feed now by clicking on this link and then clicking on the subscribe link in the window that follows.
Another way to receive the news feed uses a feed reader. Feed readers are simply software that can check the feeds of Web sites and present you with a list of the latest news from those sites. There are many different types. Some work with your Web browser and others are downloadable applications that work on their own.