DAVID STREET (Account suspended)

Dear Scottish Natural Heritage,COULD you please tell me how many sea birds were KILLED when you gave the RSPB a licence to soak bread in alpha chlorine to feed to the sea birds to kill them on the island in the firth of forth to protect the roseate tern nest wot sea birds were KILLED and how many i thought rspb stood for Roy Le society for the protechon of birds thats all birds

Yours faithfully,

DAVID STREET

FOI FOI, Scottish Natural Heritage

Dear Mr Street,

Thank you for your information request. We will respond as soon as
possible and in any case by 3 June.

Yours sincerely,

Rhoda Davidson
Information Officer

>>> DAVID STREET <[FOI #34619 email]> 03/05/2010
19:36 >>>
Dear Scottish Natural Heritage,COULD you please tell me how many
sea birds were KILLED when you gave the RSPB a licence to soak
bread in alpha chlorine to feed to the sea birds to kill them on
the island in the firth of forth to protect the roseate tern nest
wot sea birds were KILLED and how many i thought rspb stood for Roy
Le society for the protechon of birds thats all birds

Yours faithfully,

DAVID STREET

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FOI FOI, Scottish Natural Heritage

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Dear Mr Street,

Thank you very much for your information request. I have attached our
response to your request.

If you have any problems accessing the document please don't hesitate to
let me know and I'll be happy to assist.

Yours sincerely,

Rhoda Davidson
Information Officer

>>> DAVID STREET <[FOI #34619 email]> 03/05/2010
19:36 >>>
Dear Scottish Natural Heritage,COULD you please tell me how many
sea birds were KILLED when you gave the RSPB a licence to soak
bread in alpha chlorine to feed to the sea birds to kill them on
the island in the firth of forth to protect the roseate tern nest
wot sea birds were KILLED and how many i thought rspb stood for Roy
Le society for the protechon of birds thats all birds

Yours faithfully,

DAVID STREET

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DAVID STREET (Account suspended)

Dear Scottish Natural Heritage,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Scottish Natural Heritage's handling of my FOI request 'Poisoning of sea birds by the RSPB'BECAUSE i have been told that birds have been poisoned after the 1982 wild life act that it was done under general licence

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address:
http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/po...

Yours faithfully,

DAVID STREET

FOI FOI, Scottish Natural Heritage

Dear Mr Street,

Thank you for your review request. We will respond as soon as possible,
and in any case by 7 July.

Yours sincerely,

Rhoda Davidson
Information Officer

>>> DAVID STREET <[FOI #34619 email]> 07/06/2010
22:16 >>>
Dear Scottish Natural Heritage,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of
Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Scottish Natural
Heritage's handling of my FOI request 'Poisoning of sea birds by
the RSPB'BECAUSE i have been told that birds have been poisoned
after the 1982 wild life act that it was done under general licence

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is
available on the Internet at this address:

[1]http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/po...

Yours faithfully,

DAVID STREET

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Derek Canning LLB [HONS] (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

David Street's information request has not been answered in full by your organisation. As we are dealing with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds a full answer is required in relation to David Street's information request as people should know if they are giving money to an organisation that kills birds or does not kill birds under the mantle of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.

FOI FOI, Scottish Natural Heritage

1 Attachment

Dear Mr Street,

Thank you very much for your review request. I have attached our response
letter.

If you have any problems accessing the document please don't hesitate to
let me know and I'll be very happy to assist.

Yours sincerely,

Rhoda Davidson
Information Officer

>>> DAVID STREET <[FOI #34619 email]> 6/7/2010
10:16 pm >>>
Dear Scottish Natural Heritage,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of
Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Scottish Natural
Heritage's handling of my FOI request 'Poisoning of sea birds by
the RSPB'BECAUSE i have been told that birds have been poisoned
after the 1982 wild life act that it was done under general licence

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is
available on the Internet at this address:

[1]http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/po...

Yours faithfully,

DAVID STREET

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Derek Canning LLB [HONS] (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

Something is a bit smelly and double standards here, I hope it is not a dead bird.

Jimmy Marsh left an annotation ()

"Prior to the enactment of the Wildlife and Countryside Act in 1981 the licensing of such
activities was the responsibility of the Secretary of State for Scotland. After this Act came into
force, this activity could be licensed by either the Scottish Secretary of State or the relevant
Nature Conservancy Council. The relevant Nature Conservancy Council in this case would
have been the Nature Conservancy Council up until 1991, the Nature Conservancy Council
for Scotland between 1991 and 1992, and from then onwards Scottish Natural Heritage."

What a load of gibberish, will you ever answer a question truthfully.

FOI FOI, Scottish Natural Heritage

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Dear Mr Street,

I am writing to enclose some additional information which we believe is
within the scope of your information request. We apologise that we did
not include this information in our previous correspondence with you.

If you have any problems accessing the document please don't hesitate to
let me know and I'll be very happy to assist.

Yours sincerely,

Rhoda Davidson

Information Officer

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Derek Canning LLB [HONS] (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

So the Royal Society for the protection of birds should read the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds that we like. If a gamekeeper was to do this to protect his grouse the RSPB would not be too please to say the least. Double standards again.

I would make the point that I agree with what the RSPB did but not the double standards as terns are more important than gulls but do not then prosecute someone for having gull eggs.

Derek Canning LLB [HONS] (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

It is or is it not against the RSPB Royal Charter not to kill birds?

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