Info on Native Kaka birds poisoned at Pukaha Mt Bruce
H Enderby (Account suspended) made this Official Information request to Department of Conservation
The request was refused by Department of Conservation.
From: H Enderby (Account suspended)
Hello Department of Conservation,
It has come to my attention that dozens and maybe hundreds of protected Native birds namely Kaka, were seen falling out of trees following a 1080 poison operation on Pukaha Mt Bruce. Please send me all photographs, test results and other information you hold relating to these crimes.
Department of Conservation
Dear Ms Enderby
Please find attached a decision letter regarding the OIA request you
submitted to the Department of Conservation on 20 June 2019.
The Department of Conservation
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Alan Thompson left an annotation ()
What an comprehensive and thoughtful response DOC prepared in reply the Ms Enderby's request. Well done DOC.
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