There's more interesting wildlife in San Francisco than you might imagine.
I vividly remember going to this movie in San Francisco. About a week later walking about a block from the Embarcadero Cinema, I hear the tremendous squawking from the trees, and look up to see these parrots flying around a block away from where I saw them in the movie. A friend of mine saw the whole flock as he was driving down Columbus Avenue.
So, Wild Parrots is a great documentary where Mark Bittner has shown us the personalities of these different birds, and documented their trials, their dysfunctional love lives, and the dangerous lives they lead.
In this presentation of a great and compelling story,the birds become characters with distinct personalities, such as the musical Mingus, and one can feel a strong sense of wonder at how this movie came to be made. It's also a great love story and a transition for the main character, and I was truly impressed with the quality of this movie and have recommended it to numerous people.
If you love wildlife documentaries, I think you will definitely love this movie.
As in many movies about San Francisco, the city itself becomes a character in the movie.
I think you will enjoy it, and I hope this was helpful.