Subscribe to Born Free USA's RSS feeds to get news delivered directly to your desktop!
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way for you to see new content on our website by "subscribing" to it. You can add it to your own "news reader" (or "aggregator") for free and have it displayed on your desktop, in your web browser, or even in your email. (To get RSS Feeds in your email you will need to use your email client.)
An RSS feed works almost like a stock ticker, delivering exactly the information that you have anonymously "subscribed" to, eliminating the need to check our website daily for new information, because it's already delivered to your computer. It's like getting a Born Free USA daily newspaper delivered not just to your door, but to your desk, and the only information in that paper, is what you've chosen to receive. The moment we post something online, you receive it, so you can stay on top of the information you need to help us help animals.
How does RSS work?
The simplest way to subscribe is through the links below, or click on the "RSS Feed" link at the bottom of the page of any of our blogs, articles, fact sheets, reports, or what-have-you. This will take you to a free web-based utility called Feedburner which features easy instructions on how to complete your subscription.
But what about the "news reader" or "aggregator"?
Most web browsers or email programs come with their own built-in readers. Additionally if you set up a personal search engine page (like Google or Yahoo), a MySpace page, or have widgets on your desktop, you can subscribe to our RSS feeds to appear on those areas as well. You'll find a selection of these to use at the Feedburner site.
What kind of content is provided via RSS?
We provide the following RSS feeds. Please check back as more feeds may be added.
|News From & About Us|
|Born Free USA Blog|
|Primate Sanctuary Blog|
|Canadian Projects Blog|
|Articles and Fact Sheets|
To view one of our feeds in your RSS Aggregator:
1. Copy the URL/shortcut that corresponds to the topic that interests you.
2. Paste the URL into your reader.