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African Islands IOTA QSL Album


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Two way radio contacts made with islands in the continental region of Africa ------ (click the card at the left to enter this Album)

168 files, last one added on Dec 27, 2018
Album viewed 382 times

Antarctica Islands IOTA QSL Album


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Two way radio contacts made with islands in the continental region of Antarctica ------ (click the card at the left to enter this Album)

38 files, last one added on Aug 27, 2019
Album viewed 283 times

Asia Islands IOTA QSL Album


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Two way radio contacts made with islands in the continental region of Asia ------ (click the card at the left to enter this Album)

329 files, last one added on Oct 28, 2019
Album viewed 372 times

Europe Islands IOTA QSL Album


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Two way radio contacts made with islands in the continental region of Europe ------ (click the card at the left to enter this Album)

327 files, last one added on Jul 25, 2019
Album viewed 365 times

North America Islands IOTA QSL Album


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Two way radio contacts made with islands in the continental region of North America ------ (click the card at the left to enter this Album)

381 files, last one added on Oct 23, 2020
Album viewed 399 times

Oceania Islands IOTA QSL Album


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Two way radio contacts made with islands in the continental region of Oceania ------ (click the card at the left to enter this Album)

476 files, last one added on Apr 06, 2020
Album viewed 402 times

South America Islands IOTA QSL Album


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Two way radio contacts made with islands in the continental region of South America ------ (click the card at the left to enter this Album)

167 files, last one added on Jun 25, 2018
Album viewed 432 times

 

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Last additions - IOTA Island QSLs (1091 worked - 1090 confirmed) - I no longer submit QSLs to the IOTA checkpoint as I do not agree with recent rules changes made to this program
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na-153r.jpgNA-153 Mexico Yucatan State groupIsla Pérez is an island located in the Gulf of Mexico, 130 km (80.7 mi) north of Progreso, Mexico, off the coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. It belongs to the Arrecife Alacranes National Park, and is the largest island in the archipelago. The island has little vegetation, with a hot and dry climate that is not hospitable to human life. Historically, the island has been used as a navigation reference point in the southern Gulf of Mexico, particularly for mariners between the Yucatán Channel and Bay of CampecheOct 23, 2020
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na-153.jpgNA-153 Mexico Yucatan State groupIsla Pérez is an island located in the Gulf of Mexico, 130 km (80.7 mi) north of Progreso, Mexico, off the coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. It belongs to the Arrecife Alacranes National Park, and is the largest island in the archipelago. The island has little vegetation, with a hot and dry climate that is not hospitable to human life. Historically, the island has been used as a navigation reference point in the southern Gulf of Mexico, particularly for mariners between the Yucatán Channel and Bay of CampecheOct 23, 2020
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OC-111A.jpgOC-111 Shepherd IslandsThe Shepherd Islands (coordinates 16.8°S 168.5°ECoordinates: 16.8°S 168.5°E) are a group of islands lying between the larger islands of Epi and Éfaté, in the Shefa province of Vanuatu. They were named by Captain Cook after Anthony Shepherd, a British astronomer and friend of Cook. In the 2009 census the population numbered 3634. The Shepherd Islands are quite densely populated. There is little economic activity although fishing is very good.Apr 06, 2020
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OC-111R.jpgOC-111 Shepherd IslandsThe Shepherd Islands (coordinates 16.8°S 168.5°ECoordinates: 16.8°S 168.5°E) are a group of islands lying between the larger islands of Epi and Éfaté, in the Shefa province of Vanuatu. They were named by Captain Cook after Anthony Shepherd, a British astronomer and friend of Cook. In the 2009 census the population numbered 3634. The Shepherd Islands are quite densely populated. There is little economic activity although fishing is very good. Apr 06, 2020
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na-210r.jpgNA-210 Nome Census Area Centre groupSledge Island, or Ayak Island, is a small island in the Bering Sea. It is located 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from the southwestern shore of the Seward Peninsula, off the shores of Alaska. Sledge island is of volcanic origin and is only 1.6 miles (2.6 km) across. The average elevation is 410 feet/125 meters. Administratively this island belongs to the Nome Census Area, Alaska. The island is 2.80 km (1.74 mi) long and 1.48 km (0.92 mi) wide. The island is part of the Bering Sea unit of the Alaska Maritime NationJan 21, 2020
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na-210.jpgNA-210 Nome Census Area Centre groupSledge Island, or Ayak Island, is a small island in the Bering Sea. It is located 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from the southwestern shore of the Seward Peninsula, off the shores of Alaska. Sledge island is of volcanic origin and is only 1.6 miles (2.6 km) across. The average elevation is 410 feet/125 meters. Administratively this island belongs to the Nome Census Area, Alaska. The island is 2.80 km (1.74 mi) long and 1.48 km (0.92 mi) wide. The island is part of the Bering Sea unit of the Alaska Maritime NationJan 21, 2020
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na-211r.jpgNA-211 Oregon State groupTillamook Rock Light (known locally as Terrible Tilly or just Tilly) is a deactivated lighthouse on the Oregon Coast of the USA. It is located approx 1.2 miles (1.9 km) offshore from Tillamook Head, and 20 miles (32 km) south of the Columbia River, situated on less than an acre of basalt rock in the Pacific Ocean. The construction of the lighthouse was commissioned in 1878, construction took more than 500 days to finish and at the time, it was the most expensive West Coast lighthouse ever built. Oct 31, 2019
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NA-211.jpgNA-211 Oregon State groupTillamook Rock Light (known locally as Terrible Tilly or just Tilly) is a deactivated lighthouse on the Oregon Coast of the USA. It is located approx 1.2 miles (1.9 km) offshore from Tillamook Head, and 20 miles (32 km) south of the Columbia River, situated on less than an acre of basalt rock in the Pacific Ocean. The construction of the lighthouse was commissioned in 1878, construction took more than 500 days to finish and at the time, it was the most expensive West Coast lighthouse ever built. Oct 31, 2019