Photos and notes of Takahe NZ's Dept of CONservation have poisoned.

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

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From: T. Benseman

Dear Department of Conservation,

Please provide a full and complete list of all Takahe NZ's Dept of CONservation or its contractors or associates have poisoned. Include all photos and field notebook entries. Include Where, when, how, why, by who and with what, these protected native birds were poisoned. Thanks.

T. Benseman
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Department of Conservation

Dear Mr 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 by 13/02/2020, in accordance with the requirements of the Official Information Act 1982.

Please note that the Ombudsman has set an OIA holiday from 25 December to 15 January. The 20 working days allowed for your response will be on hold over this period, and will continue again from 16 January.

Yours sincerely

Government Services
for Director-General

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Attachment 20 E 0016 Departmental OIA Benseman DOC 6193833.pdf
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Attachment 20 E 0016 Departmental OIA Benseman docs for release DOC 6202362.pdf
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Dear Mr Benseman


Please find attached a response to your request of 9 January 2020.


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Department of Conservation

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