MMØDGR/p will be working from Caerlaverock National Nature Reserve (GMFF-011) on Saturday, 20th March, 2010. The station will be located at the Caerlaverock Castle south of Bowhouse on the north coast of the Solway Firth (NY018651). WAB Square: NY06; QRA Locator: IO84GW; Latitude: 54°58′16″N; Longitude: 03°32′07″W, EU Area: SC06 (Dumfries and Galloway), IOTA: EU-005, WLOTA: LH-1234. Bands: 40 – 10 metres. Modes: BPSK63, CW, and SSB. QSL cards should be sent via MMØDFV. More information is available at www.gmff.org
We would like to introduce the European Flora and Fauna mailing list (reflector). This reflector has been created for English-speaking people to share their news and reports about planning and past WFF DX-peditions, to discuss various questions related to the World Flora and Fauna activity, especially in Europe. Everybody will be heard and answered there!
We would like to invite you to join this mailing reflector, and we very hope that it will be useful to all Flora and Fauna “activators” and “hunters”.
Full photo and video report about MMØDGR/p activation on 13th March, 2010 from Kirkconnell Flow National Nature Reserve (GMFF-040) has been uploaded to www.gmff.org (Click on Reports tab). After approximately 10 hours of operation on CW, SSB and BPSK31 we made 1034 QSOs in total. Thanks to all who called and spotted us. The QSL-card for this DX-pedition has been already designed and printed (please see its sample on our website). All who made a QSO with us will receive this QSL-card shortly via the QSL-bureau. The ADIF log has been uploaded to the WFF LogSearch database on 14th March, 2010. If you have any additional questions or concerns of any kind, please do not hesitate to contact us. Your comments in our Guestbook are very welcome!