Poison trials

Subject: Poison trials
From: "inger vandyke" <>
Date: Mon, 08 Jan 2007 22:22:46 +0000

  Hi All,

  I think the below warrants a bit of investigation.  Does D1339 have
  any secondary poisoning capability also?


    Subject:  [Birding-Aus] Poison trials
Date:  Tue, 9 Jan 2007 08:53:50 +1100
    >Queensland Country Life newspaper 28/12/06. p.52 has an item that
    field trails will take place in
    >2007 using the poison D1339 in feedlot rations to kill birds
    including cockatoos around feedlots and
    >piggeries.  I would think that any grain eating bird visiting the
    site would be at risk regardless of
    >it's rarity.  The trials with the livestock industry have been
    funded by the Invasive Animals
    >Cooperative Research Centre and the Natural Heritage Trust.  Who
    is actually carrying out the
    >trials and how dod they propose to exclude non target species from
    access to the poison?
    >Warren Thompson
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