WIld Parrots in San Francisco? Yes there are officially at least two
different flocks of wild parrots that reside here. Featured in many
travel guides and news shows, these birds starred in their own best
selling book and full length documentary. These naturalized birds
have evolved into a brand new species of parrot indigenous to
San Francisco. A portion of ticket sales go to the San Francisco
based non profit group Mckaboo Companion Bird Rescue.
As we search for our famous feathered friends,
your guide will point out interesting sights along the way, including:
Buried ships- There are perhaps hundreds of these ships underneath San Francisco's streets
The original waterline- It's not where you might think
A redwood tree grove
The stomping grounds of Bummer and Lazarus- San Francisco's most famous dogs
We know where to find the parrots but if for some reason we cannot
locate them during our safari, you will be ordered a copy of the DVD
"The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill."
Perfect for: Animal lovers, bird watchers, those who wish to see something
completely different. Children who have an appreciation for wildlife quite like this tour.
When: Saturdays and Sundays at 4:00 Please call for details
Reservations Line: 800.595.4849 (24hrs)
Reservations Online: http://exploresanfrancisco.tix.com
More Information: 415.793.1104
*Due to recent legislation the the parrots may no longer be hand-fed.
For more information about California's many parrot populations see The California Parrot Project