Post 1080 poison drop monitor data .

fred carter made this Official Information request to Department of Conservation

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From: fred carter

Dear Department of Conservation,
Can you please supply the name of the companys used to collect post 1080 poison drop monitor data for the period of september 2016-september 2019,and also supply all the data they collected for their post 1080 poison drop seaches supplyed to doc for the same stated time frame, for all areas of nz which monitor work was carried out for doc, , all official and unofficial data showing dead animals and all dead animal spieces including kea, deer and all other from notepads,note books, and electronic data showing numbers of dead animals and spieces.

Yours faithfully,

fred carter

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Department of Conservation

Dear Fred

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 0640 Departmental OIA Carter response letter DOC 6074476.pdf
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Kia ora Mr Carter

Please find attached our response to your OIA request of 13 September 2019

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From: fred carter

,Your statment that there was no effect on deer after drops in southwestland is nothing more than a blatent lie ,as monitors who worked in the area reported to members of the public 184 dead dear in one small area, so do a calculation for the entire area and you get mass slaughter of deer,,, so how do you class that as no effect??
I guess you just want that statement there for the unknowing public to read?
and how do you explain the 5 dead kea reported from same area, do the same calculation = lots of dead kea,,, which explains why their numbers are dropping rapidly ,

All these dead animals never mentioned in yours or ospris or any other report, nice little secret, monitors told public because they were disgusted with what they found, and the fact that the nz govt is trying to keep it all out of public view.
Sorry ,but your propaganda garbage doesn't cut it ,, the public who live in and around these places see the opposite to what doc/govt are trying to claim,

Yours sincerely,

fred carter.

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