Post 1080 poison drop monitoring west coast 2017-2018
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From: fred carter
Dear Department of Conservation,
I am writing to request all the post aerial 1080 poison drop monitoring data(documents or information) from the department of conservation, sub contractors to the department of conservation, like vector,tb free, ospri, and any and all other sub contractors who do post 1080 poison drop monitoring work for doc or for any of the sub contractors to doc, like ospri,tb free nz,vector or any other company ,group or organisation that uses arial 1080 poison or ground based 1080 poison,who supplys post drop data, for the period from january 1 2017 through to november 29th 2018, showing all bird and animal deaths found by monitory teams after the 1080 poison drops on the west coast of the south island on doc land or state forest, public conservation land, including but not limited to the mikonui,totara, waitaha, wanganui and whataroa faces, and any other poison drops in the stated time frame for the stated area. .
I am aware that post drop monitory work has taken place and that bird deaths including kea or mountain parrot, have been reported, as well as other animals including large numbers of deer deaths, and would like to see the official counts please.
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Department of Conservation
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Government Services Advisor (Government Services)
Policy and Visitors Group
Department of Conservation–Te Papa Atawhai
Conservation House (Level 2) 19-32 Manners Street [ PO Box 10420, Wellington 6143 ]
Conservation for prosperity Tiakina te taiao, kia puawai
From: Allanah Turner
Department of Conservation
Dear Mr Carter
Please find attached a response to your Official Information Act request
dated 29 November 2019.
Personal Assistant, Kaiâwhina, to Director, Operations, Western South
Department of Conservation —Te Papa Atawhai
10 Sewell St, Hokitika 7810
Mobile: +64 27 839 9093
Conservation leadership for our nature Tâkina te hî, Tiakina, te hâ o te
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