My WWFF stats

I decided today to have a look at what countries I was working in the World Wide Flora Fauna (WWFF) program.  So I headed to WWFF Log Search to find the answer.

Leading from the front is Australia obviously, with a total of 249 different VKFF references.  Next up was Belgium, with 44 ONFF references.  What an appropriate number.  Most of these are due to the tireless efforts of Danny OT4V and Swa ON5SWA, who always take the time out to listen for outside of Europe.

At number three is Poland, with 25 different SPFF references in my log.  Poland seems to have a strong SPFF following, and I have found that the Polish operators also listen for outside of Europe.  This was closely followed by Italy.

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Total of 426 different WWFF reference areas in my log from 24 different countries…….

  1. Israel – 1
  2. Cyprus – 2
  3. Croatia – 4
  4. Portugal – 3
  5. Germany -13
  6. Spain – 2
  7. France -18
  8. England – 6
  9. Hungary -3
  10. Switzerland – 2
  11. Italy – 22
  12. Lithuania – 1
  13. Austria – 1
  14. Finland – 4
  15. Czech Republic – 4
  16. Belgium – 44
  17. Denmark – 4
  18. Netherlands – 5
  19. Poland – 25
  20. Greece – 2
  21. Ukraine – 2
  22. Australia – 249
  23. Romania – 6
  24. New Zealand – 1

2 thoughts on “My WWFF stats

  1. Hi Chris,

    New Zealand has just gone live with ZLFF. So hopefully there will be a lot more activity there in the near future.

    My only ZLFF contact (that has been uploaded to WWFF LogSearch) is Chatham Island, ZLFF-017. I’ve worked a few of the other ZL islands that qualify for WWFF, but unfortunately the activators never provided their logs to WWFF, so I don’t get credit for working those.

    Que sera sera.

    Cheers,

    Paul,
    VK5PAS.

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