Think you know San Francisco? Think again. 1. Lincoln Park Golf Course used to be a cemetery and there are still bodies that remain on the premises. 2. There is a “Wood Line” installation piece, made of eucalyptus trunks and branches by artist Andy Goldsworthy, running near the Presidio’s oldest
There is one and only one good thing about power apocalypse-causing electrical company PG&E. There is a peregrine falcon nest on top of their 77 Beale Street building in San Francisco, and every spring they run a Falcon webcam so you can see the little baby falcons hatch and take
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San Francisco resident peregrine falcons are a sign of spring. That means that it’s almost time for the worker bees of the FiDi to hear shrieking sounds from 300 feet above, or catch a glimpse of a Peregrine Falcon diving from the skies at up to 275 mph.