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THIS STORY NEEDS TO BE MAKING HEAD-LINE NEWS AROUND THE WORLD ..this is beyond David and Goliath and beyond Lord of the Rings…this is REALITY being battled for at this very moment. Here is part of a blog post I am working on this very hour. It’s not yet finished […]

In 1979 scientist Eric Spurr warned that wide scale poisoning of New Zealand with compound 1080, intended to kill introduced mammals, was actually killing kea and many other animals. It took decades before NZ’s Department of Conservation (DoC) finally began to monitor kea deaths from 1080 poisoning. Dr Jo Pollard, […]

In 1979 scientist Eric Spurr warned that wide scale poisoning of New Zealand with compound 1080, intended to kill introduced mammals, was actually killing kea and many other animals. It took decades before NZ’s Department of Conservation (DoC) finally began to monitor kea deaths from 1080 poisoning. Dr Jo Pollard, […]

If this IS the case there were TWO people poisoned by 1080 on May 28, 2019, at the Kiwicare Ltd warehouse in Bromley, Christchurch, where, according to news reports, chemicals were being processed for delivery to the main 1080-bait factory, Pest Control Research Ltd, in Rolleston. By Carol Sawyer via […]

1080 poison stance illustrates the opposing agendas within the current NZ coalition government. And highlights something bigger in the Geopolitical scene! By Martin Harris Great news, one should think, that NZ First has launched a $3.5 million initiative to reduce the use of 1080 and replace with more species specific […]

Questions for DoC – read on! In this post are pictured all the reports the Dept of Conservation have provided in the following link: By Carol Sawyer via Pam Vernon https://www.doc.govt.nz/…/2…/testing-shows-no-1080-in-rats/… They say in this report : “Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research tested eight dead rats and one weka. None of […]

Although DoC said it’s ‘UNLIKELY’ the deaths of 600+ rats found at a Westport beach were caused by 1080, independent lab testing confirms they “ALMOST CERTAINLY” were. EWR by Carol Sawyer Via Pam Vernon, Envirowatch Rangitikei 1 – 3 November, 2019 – The Dept of Conservation aerially drops 104 tonnes […]