SAN FRANCISCO (ABC News) — When we think of life in San Francisco’s Marina District, we conjure people, pets, joggers. But nature? Not so much, until we look above at who might be peering back down.
“So we have rules established,” said Melinda Green. She’s a retired computer programmer who spends considerable time at her apartment window or on her couch, looking out that window, waiting for her daily visitors.
“Caw, Caw,” she vocalized. To a human ear, at least, the call sounds authentic. Waiting for the crows to arrive. That’s Melinda Green of San Francisco who feeds #crows from her apartment window…and they reciprocate. #abc7now pic.twitter.com/VmKyxXB6b1 — Wayne Freedman (@WayneFreedman) September 2, 2019 “Did you work on that?” we asked.
“I did,” she answered.We’re three years into Green’s relationships with two separate families […]
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