Pollinator incident report form

If you keep bees and suspect that your hive was poisoned by pesticides or other chemicals, use our online form to let us know.

We gather reports about suspected pollinator incidents from around New Zealand and send them to OECD (the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Pollinator Incidents Information System.

Our factsheet provides more information about why we collect data about pollinator poisoning:

Tell us about suspected beehive or pollinator poisoning incidents - factsheet (pdf 4.6MB)

Report an incident

To tell us about a suspected incident with your hive/s, please complete the online form below.

You can download a Word version (docx 79KB), fill it in and either email or post it to us.

Get in touch with us if you have any questions, at hsincidents@epa.govt.nz

Your details

Incident details

4. Species affected
6. Degree of damage (please tick all options that apply)
8. Growth stage of crop at the time of incident
9. Suspected route of exposure
12. Were samples of bees taken and analysed?
13a. What other possible factors were considered? (please tick all options that apply)
13b. Have they been ruled out?
15. Have you contacted the Ministry for Primary Industry pest and disease hotline (0800 80 99 66)? If poisoning is not analytically confirmed MPI may want to investigate this incident.