Save the Kea, the world’s only mountain parrot, needs your help!
New Zealand's National Pest Control Agencies will be SPREADING BY AIR 1080 POISON that will KILL OUR NATIVE KEA PARROTS!
They will be dropping the poison when our native Kea Parrot is very hungry as its food supply is very scarce in winter.
THERE WILL BE TWO AERIAL DROPS
The first time they will spread just flavoured
The second time, will contain deadly 1080 poison.
SIGN THIS PETITION TO HELP US STOP THE POISONING!
We will present this petition to the NZ Prime Minister John Key and members of parliment to make them take action.
IMPACT ON KEA
Kea will eat the cereal baits and die. They will also be poisoned if they drink from ponds and alpine tarns where the baits lie, or scavenge poisoned carcasses or eat the dying insects surrounding the poisonous baits.
No bird repellent will be used to avoid harm to our Native Kea Parrot, No repellent has been successful so far.
We need your help to save our Native Kea and to STOP New Zealand National Pest Control Agencies dumping 1080 poison in our environment.
Each year New Zealand's National Pest Control Agencies dump enough 1080 poison to kill 20 million people!
NO OTHER COUNTRY IN THE WORLD DOES THIS?
Visit the 1080Science website to find out more on the harmful effects of 1080 Poison. http://1080science.co.nz/
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