The sound of voices over the courtyard prompted this recording. At 1 minutes, 16 seconds, the image of a person is seen reflected in a 6th floor window on the right. The person is on the roof less than 20 feet directly above the position of the camera. The squeaking sounds of baby birds can be heard as the person above appears to inspect the courtyard.
Despite the obvious presence of nesting birds and their young, building management continues to send workers to attempt to drive the homing pigeons from their nests, out of the courtyard and to attempt to seal the netting over the courtyard to exclude the parents driven away from their young. The aging netting is full of holes, allowing the birds to re-enter again each time.
The senseless cruelty to families of birds nesting in the walls of this apartment building in San Francisco's Civic Center continues.
The building, "Bon Aire Apartments" of 146 McAllister Street, San Francisco, California is owned and staffed by Mosser Companies. http://mosserco.com/
These birds need help.
Duration 1 minute, 10 seconds. Recorded on an iPhone 4S.
The QuickTime MOV file is the highest quality version.