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Should you eat food that a bird has pecked?

You could discard the pecked fry and safely eat the rest. it’s probably not going to kill you, but in general, eating food touched by wild animals is not a good idea. Wild animals are not monitored by veterinarians and can carry many nasty germs. Of course, it depends of how much the critter has messed with your food.

Herein, is it safe to eat bird pecked fruit?

Yep, it’s ok. I wash everything anyway, cut out a generous surrounding area. Worse things out there than birds, though they do have diseases, and a bite into fruit can easily lead to transmission. I generally don’t eat them or “those” fresh, as an added precaution.

One may also ask, does bird food expire? To keep seed from spoiling… Store birdseed properly in airtight containers in a cool, dry place out of reach of rodents. Avoid buying more birdseed than what can be used up in a few weeks. Only fill feeders with enough seed for 2-3 days so it won’t spoil in open feeders or poor weather.

Hereof, can you eat a bird?

Wild birds. All are edible, but traditional game birds such as quail or turkey can provide a more familiar taste. Birds are generally considered much easier to trap than mammals, though some complex traps can be quite difficult to build.

What kind of birds eat tomatoes?

Blackbirds‘ include red-winged blackbirds, cowbirds, grackles, starlings and other blackbirds. These birds will eat insects and small animals, but they’ll also feast on seeds including sunflower seeds, sorghum and grains) as well as vegetables like lettuce, peppers, tomatoes and sweet corn.


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