Where are they?
Where are they? i usually see these types of birds in their natural habitats of los angeles. perched upon some shirtless dude's shoulder on the venice boardwalk.
There are two feral parrot populations established in San Francisco. Best known are the Red-masked Parakeet (Aratinga erythrogenys). I see them by the Presidio: A second flock of small parakeets in the genus Brotogeris have a major roost in a palm tree at Dolores and 24th, just south of the intersection, in the island in the middle of the road. Yellow-chevroned Parakeets have largely replaced White-winged Parakeets in Florida and in Southern California but according to recent observations by Luke Cole, the San Francisco population is still primarily White-winged as it was prior to 1980 when studied by Patricia Arrowood. Source.