To get outside, look around and
notice all the different wildlife around you, then exchange that information with other amateur radio operators!
Always the first
Saturday in June - June 3, 2006, 1600Z – 2159Z.
3. BANDS & FREQUENCIES:
1.8, 3.5, 7, 14, 21 & 28 MHz amateur bands.
(standard QRP frequencies)
1.810, 3.560, 7.040, 14.060, 21.060 & 28.060 MHz
3.22 SSB: 1.910, 3.985, 7.285, 14.285, 21.385,
Home, non QRP
Field, non QRP
Call, RST, S/P/C,
Op name, wildlife name
6.1. Sum of the different wildlife that you SEND plus the different wildlife that
you COPY from other operators. Note: the plural form of animal names do not count, i.e. 'bird'
and 'birds' is still just one multiplier.
6.2. Number of different S/P/Cs
6.3. Entry class
a. Home, non QRP – x1
b. Home, QRP – x2
c. Field, non QRP –
d. Field, QRP – x6
7. QSO POINTS:
CW - 2 pts.
SSB - 1 pt.
NJ2OM – 500
bonus points for each band that you work me, NJ2OM.
NJ2YL - 1000 bonus points for each band that you work
my daughter, Ashley, NJ2YL.
NJ2OM & NJ2YL - 2000 bonus points if you work both
of us on the same band, for each band!
(Individual bonus points for NJ2OM or NJ2YL do not
apply in this case)
(QSO pts) x (wildlife
mult) x (S/P/C mult) x (category) + bonus pts.
be awarded to the top finisher in each entry class.
11. LOG SUBMISSIONS:
Logs should be electronic, preferably in Microsoft
Send electronic logs with a score summary to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A score summary worksheet is available upon