FRS radios frequency

Ray York ray at
Sun Mar 31 09:49:02 PST 2002

I can see the flats from my office. They are straight across the water
(no obstruction) so I am hoping that it will work. I guess that I need
to send my wife for a drive <g>. I have a web enabled phone and I have
thought about getting the tweeters email there but I don't know about
getting every message twice. If verizon would let me check my email
account via POP3, I could have my tweeters mail go there and that would
be the "cleanest" setup. I cannot seem to access my verizon (
email any other way than with my phone or the web interface. Does anyone
else have a account and access it any other way? Are there
other options? does allow for outside POP3 account access
(meaning, I can access my account from my phone or
their web interface). Thanks.

Ray York
Anacortes Telescope and Wild Bird
(800) 850-2001

-----Original Message-----
From: Jack Stephens [mailto:jstephens62 at]
Sent: Sunday, March 31, 2002 7:09 AM
To: ray at
Cc: Tweeters
Subject: FRS radios frequency


The standard for birding with FRS radios (established by the ABA) is
11, subcode 22. At a range of about 2 miles, I'm not sure if you would
up signals from Sammish flats in Anacortes. You could certainly send out
friend with another friend and see what the limits of the system would
For instant notification, we would need a pager system like they have in
England. My current pager has e-mail capability, and many cell phones
now web-enabled. With enough of these in the field, word of significant
rarities could be spread within minutes (with all the attendant problems
that this could cause).


Jack Stephens
Edmonds, WA
jstephens62 at
Use FRS 11/22 when birding the Pacific Northwest

On March 30 Ray York wrote:

"Sorry if this has been discussed too many times but I don't know how to
access the archives. I just got a pair of the Motorola T6320 radios. Do
we (Tweeters) have a channel and code that we use when out in the field?
My store is just south of the Sammish flats and I would love to be able
to hear if there is a sighting (that duck has eluded me since day one!)
and head up there. Thank you."

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