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What is an RSS Feed?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an easy way to keep automatically updated on the ODFW website. Instead of continually checking the ODFW website for the latest article or feature, RSS can notify you every time something new is added.

RSS feeds, when viewed through a news reader, provide a list of specific site changes. Each item within this list includes a link to the Web page that has changed, a headline, and a brief summary.

How to use RSS

To use RSS, you will need an RSS news reader to link to and display RSS feeds. RSS news readers allow you to view many different RSS feeds (from many different websites) in one browser window and, by automatically retrieving updates, stay current with new content soon after it is published.

There are a range of different news readers available. If you do not already have one, try using your favorite "search" website to find links to the most popular products, many of which are free to install, or visit for a list of news readers categorized by operating system.

Using ODFW's RSS feeds

On the ODFW website, available RSS feeds are represented by the RSS Icon: feed icon Click on this icon or the accompanying link to open the ODFW feed page. This page will appear as a list of coding. To add the ODFW feed (usually using the url or address of the feed page) to your RSS news reader, follow the directions provided by the news reader.

ODFW's RSS feeds

feed icon ODFW News Releases - See ODFW News Releases

feed icon ODFW's Most Recent News Release - See the most current ODFW News Release

feed icon ODFW Recreation Report - See what is in the Recreation Report this week

feed icon ODFW Sport Fishing Regulation Updates - See what has changed in the regulations

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