The diet of birds varies widely, and generally includes seeds, nuts, fruits and small insects, beetles and worms. Different species of birds consume various substances, and avian diets are different for domestic and wild... More »

Wild birds eat a variety of seeds, nuts, corn, millet, nectar and eggshells. Wild birds find food in the natural habitat or by visiting bird feeders. Bird watchers can attract backyard birds by offering a varied diet in ... More »

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Baby birds eat insects provided by their parents in their early days, although this diet changes as baby birds get older. Insects provide the protein-rich diet that birds need for early development. More »

Peacocks have an extremely broad diet that consists of fruits and nuts, as well as worms and lizards. Peacocks also eat termites, ants, scorpions and crickets. Wild peacocks are able to digest particularly versatile diet... More »

The people of the Amazon eat many types of food, including meats, such as fish, wild boar and birds, various fruits, nuts and insects. Amazon's vast jungle provides an open area for the people to hunt for meat, and its f... More »

Eastern gray squirrels are omnivorous and eat food such as bird eggs, insects, seeds, nuts, buds, fungi, acorns, flowers, bark and baby birds. Their front teeth never stop growing so they don’t wear out due to constant g... More »

Most birds feed tiny insects, worms and fish to their babies to fuel their growth. Some birds, such as pigeons, parrots and penguins, regurgitate a small amount of digested food from its crop that they then feed to the b... More »