We don't know whether the most recent response to this request contains information or not – if you are T. Benseman please sign in and let everyone know.

Disposal of 1080 poisoned birds

T. Benseman made this Official Information request to Department of Conservation

This request has an unknown status. We're waiting for T. Benseman to read a recent response and update the status.

From: T. Benseman

Hello Department of Conservation,

what methods do you use to dispose of the native birds that you kill with 1080 poison, example the many Kea and robins etc. Also how do you dispose of the native Weka etc that you poison with brodificuom.?

Thank you,

T. Benseman

Link to this

From: Government Services
Department of Conservation

Dear T Benseman

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

 

show quoted sections

Link to this

From: replies
Department of Conservation


Attachment 19 E 0635 Departmental OIA Benseman decision letter.pdf
106K Download View as HTML


Dear Mr Benseman

 

Please find attached a decision letter relating to the Official
Information Act request you submitted to the Department on 12 September
2019.

 

Kind regards

The Department of Conservation

 

Caution - This message and accompanying data may contain information that
is confidential or subject to legal privilege. If you are not the intended
recipient you are notified that any use, dissemination, distribution or
copying of this message or data is prohibited. If you received this email
in error, please notify us immediately and erase all copies of the message
and attachments. We apologise for the inconvenience. Thank you.

Link to this

We don't know whether the most recent response to this request contains information or not – if you are T. Benseman please sign in and let everyone know.

Things to do with this request

Anyone:
Department of Conservation only: