After a short wait for its arrival in the mail, I recently received the Mountain Explorer certificate for the Summits on the Air (SOTA) program.
I qualified for the award way back in 2015, but I have only just applied for it.
It is issued for having activated at least one summit in each of 5 different SOTA associations.
Another certificate I have recently received is the World Wide Flora Fauna (WWFF) activator certificate, issued for having activated a total of 275 different WWFF reference areas and achieving a minimum of 44 QSOs during each of those activations.
Thanks to all of the WWFF hunters, and thanks to Friedrich DL4BBH the Awards Manager.
Last December I qualified for the VKFF Hunter Honour Roll 1,350 certificate. It is issued for having worked a total of 1,350 different VKFF references.
Thanks to all of the VKFF activators.
Another recent addition to the amateur radio ‘wallpaper’ was the global World Wide Flora Fauna (WWFF) Park to Park certificate, issued for having made a total of 1,044 Park to Park contacts.
Thanks to all of the WWFF activators, and thanks to Swa ON5SWA the Awards Manager.
In the last few days, I received another certificate from Pit YO3JW from the Romanian Amateur Radio Society. It is a Park to Park certificate, issued for having made 1,044 Park to Park contacts.
Thanks to all of the WWFF activators.
And thanks to the Award Manager Pit YO3JW.