How Do Birds Eat?


Since birds do not have hands they use their powerful beaks to pick up food and digest it. Wild birds eat fruit, seeds, worms and other material that may be available.
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In the wild newborn birds are fed worms and other insect by the adult birds. If abandoned the birds can be fed hard boiled eggs or some fruits. For more information see here:
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Bird diets vary by species.
Their diets often include nectar, plants, seeds, fruit, carrion and various small animals. Since birds lack teeth, their digestive systems are adapted to process food items that are swallowed whole.
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