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Time taken to die for Kea from 1080 poison

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Dear Department of Conservation,

please provide information on the times taken to die for protected native kea birds after they eat 1080 poisoned food which has been spread in the kea habitat by the NZ Dept of Conservation. Please provide the times found via scientific studies as well as what you can estimate from your kea tracking activities thru poisoned food operations.

"Thanks",

Hannah Enderby

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Dear Hannah Enderby

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
Gabrielle

Government Services
for Director-General

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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

 

 

 

 

 

From: H Enderby <[FOI #10717 email]>
Sent: Wednesday, 10 July 2019 9:38 a.m.
To: OIA <[DOC request email]>
Subject: Official Information request - Time taken to die for Kea from
1080 poison

 

 

 

Dear Department of Conservation,

 

please provide information on the times taken to die for protected native
kea birds after they eat 1080 poisoned food which has been spread in the
kea habitat by the NZ Dept of Conservation. Please provide the times found
via scientific studies as well as what you can estimate from your kea
tracking activities thru poisoned food operations.

 

"Thanks",

 

Hannah Enderby

 

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Attachment 19 E 0457 departmental OIA Enderby decision letter.pdf
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Dear Ms Enderby

 

Please find attached a decision letter relating to your Official
Information Act request submitted to the Department of Conservation on 10
July 2019.

 

Kind regards

The Department of Conservation

 

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