Kiwi dropping tested for 1080

H Enderby made this Official Information request to Department of Conservation

The request was refused by Department of Conservation.

From: H Enderby

Hello Amber Bill at Department of Conservation,

Re: the one Kiwi dropping that you tested for 1080 poison - and that came back as proven to have 1080 poison in it- Please provide copies of all correspondence and photos regarding this incident from the moment of first suspicion of kiwi being poisoned until 14 days after the positive test. I want to see the reasoning behind the decision to stop testing kiwi scat. And also to stop testing kiwi for 1080.? I do not need to see your personal opinions or propaganda, or your false claims that your science is independent, so save your precious time and just answer what I have asked. It is not your business to question what I use data for.

"Thank you" for doing your job, which my tax dollars pay for.

Hannah Enderby

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Department of Conservation

Dear Hannah

On behalf of the Director-General of the Department of Conservation, I confirm receipt of your request below.
Your request has been forwarded to the relevant business group for processing. You will receive a reply in accordance with the requirements of the Official Information Act 1982.

Yours sincerely

Government Services
for Director-General

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Attachment 19 E 0377 departmental OIA Enderby draft response letter DOC 6000997.pdf
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Please find attached a reply to your 10 June 2019 reply.

 

 

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From: H Enderby

Hello Amber Bill,

so basically stalling then. Are you sure your job title isnt director of threats to 1080 poison? You seem far more interested in defending your right to poison our native birds than to protect our native birds.

"Thanks"

H Enderby

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Sue Boyde left an annotation ()

Ms Enderby, this is not Facebook.

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Attachment 19 E 0377 Departmental OIA Enderby decision letter DOC 6022442.pdf
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Dear Ms Enderby

 

Please find attached a decision letter relating to the Official
Information Act requested submitted to the Department on 10 June 2019.

 

Kind regards

The Department of Conservation

 

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