parrots Wild parrots of Sunnyvale21/09/201331Comments by Daniel Bush Flocks of wild parrots, such as the ones of Telegraph Hill fame in San Francisco, can be found in various other urban and suburban areas. The parrots shown h… parrots wild Daniel Bush Comments Through Facebook: 31 replies to "Wild parrots of Sunnyvale" Ruben Olivares 21/09/2013 I love hearing them when I drive past OSH, they remind me of my grandmothers pet parrot in Mexico. Reply wojojo 21/09/2013 I work in Sunnyvale near OSH and I always enjoy seeing them. I usually see them 2 or 3 times a week. Reply GianniAzul3609 21/09/2013 that’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever read.. Reply PointyTailofSatan 21/09/2013 It will be interesting to see if they lose their color in future generations. CIty birds are mostly grey for a reason. Reply 3yerrt 21/09/2013 who ever disliked this video if i were you i would want a witness protection put on me. becasue i’m coming for you. Reply MegaCubanito2002 21/09/2013 beatifull thanks god for that. they where looking for a hole to nest Reply ryonemura 21/09/2013 Where exactly should I go to see them? It is great to see them conures flying free. Reply Sutterjack 21/09/2013 Thanks for posting Patty-great video!–I live in Sunnvale and have been photographing these guys for years–it always makes me smile to hear them squaking overhead. I’ve seen them all over Sunnyvale, but I know they love to hang out next to OSH–somebody must be feeding them Reply Mayerling52 21/09/2013 ALWAYS LOVE THEM!♥ Reply californiaflocks 21/09/2013 Great Video! Reply Mayerling52 21/09/2013 a very special part of my daily life! those beautiful parrots!♥♪♫ Reply rinari0122 21/09/2013 And I though I was the only one seeing wild parrots in Sunnyvale. I just didn’t think parrots would live in a not-so-tropical area such as Saratoga Ave (near Fremont High). 😯 Reply Mayerling52 21/09/2013 I just LOVE our wild parrots! make’s my life BLESSED! Reply tall32guy 21/09/2013 The next time you see one you should try to feed her. They are cute! 🙂 Reply Acetoeagle1 21/09/2013 These parrots are right on my backyard and they`ve multiplied hundreds in the past year..their loud chirps always makes my day…..truly gods pets…..thanks for posting this video….I actually caught one of them when they accidentally got stuck in one of those exhaust and I let them go since they always comes in pair, felt bad for the partner….:) Reply Mayerling52 21/09/2013 ♥Thank You!♥ I love our wild parrots!♥ Reply AccidentalParent 21/09/2013 I see these guys all the time as I bike by that apartment complex they nest in. Super cool to see so many close up shots as I usually only see the big flocks flying by or hear them up in the trees. I’ve only seen them once close up…. this video was awesome, thanks. Reply avcr8teur 21/09/2013 Just saw dozens of them close to Ponderosa Park on Henderson Ave. They were hanging around trees and feeding off a rooftop full of tree droppings. Reply hjones1 21/09/2013 Just saw them in Cupertino, by Marina. What are they eating?? Reply Dave Bell 21/09/2013 We have a small flock in Campbell, too. Often seen along the creek, between Century and Craig Ave. Reply AlphaRomero 21/09/2013 Saw about 8 of them today near Ponderosa Park, which is a bit out of their usual range, I think. (Near Wolfe / El camino) Reply swfowkes 21/09/2013 We had 20 green parrots in our two front-yard trees yesterday. Maybe somebody should tell the parrots that this is Canary Drive. Sunnyvale’s Parrot Avenue is a mile south, off Inverness Avenue Reply Acetoeagle1 21/09/2013 thanks for posting this, I just move to this complex and this is actually in my backyard, Amazing! nature to the max! Reply viclun12 21/09/2013 i saw this flock of parrots yesterday, the where between sunnyvale -saratoga rd and el camino across from OSH, they are really colorful and noisy, i was thrill to see them Reply Lisa Isgrig 21/09/2013 This is the most awesomest video I’ve ever seen! Reply Dusty Wall 21/09/2013 Spotted a flock near Serra park. Must’ve been at least 50. I had no idea they were here. I only knew of the Telegraph Hill parakeets. Reply legomanv16 21/09/2013 man i wanna see the sky like that in el paso but its mostly smog from mexico and those realy stoopid doves Reply Jim Pierce 21/09/2013 Hey!! They gotta be close! I’m in Mountain View. Now I’m going to have to keep my eyes open! Reply specialkali 21/09/2013 WOWO, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BLUE SKY! those brds are amazing.. We have galahs, magpies and cockatoo’s around our place. Lorikeets visit the place down the street.. isn’t it amazing to se them behave as they do? Reply conuropsis 21/09/2013 Sweet video!! These guys look like a happy offshoot of the SF cherryhead/mitred flock. But clearly a new flock has become established & is reproducing in Sunnyvale. Other new flocks maybe in the E.Bay, elsewhere. Wonder how much of the CA Coast they’ll colonize eventually. In the scene between about 0:17 to 0:29, could the bird on the right be a blue-crowned conure? Or is it just a juvenile? Reply Botheparrot 21/09/2013 Nice music choice, nice video. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.