Worksheet on Birds and its Feeding Habits

Worksheet on birds and its feeding habits contains various types of questions on food and feeding habits as well as movements of birds. We know the beaks and claws help the birds in their feeding habits.

Read the concept to answer the questions on birds and its feeding habits.

I. Fill in the blanks:

(i) The claws of a _______ bird help it to hold a branch firmly.

(ii) The parrot has a strong _______ beak.

(iii) The _______ feet of a duck help it to swim in water.

(iv) The _______ bird sucks nectar from flowers.

II. Answer the following questions:

(i) How does the duck make use of its beak?

(ii) What does the eagle use its claw for?

(iii) What does the woodpecker use its beak for?

III. Underline the correct answer:

(i) The sparrow/hoopoe has a short and pointed beak.

(ii) Scratching/Climbing birds have two toes in the front and two at the back.

(iii) The stork/woodpecker has a long, pointed beak.

Check the answers of worksheet on birds and its feeding habits:


I. (i) perching

(ii) curved

(iii) webbed

(iv) humming

II. (i) Duck use its broad and flat beak with small holes on it. It takes in muddy water with insects, worms and tiny plants. The mud and water come out through the side holes of the beak, but little plants and insects remain inside the beak and then the duck eats them.

(ii) Eagle uses its claws to catch and hold their prey tightly with their claws.

(iii) Woodpecker uses its beak to tap the bark of a tree and to make a hole in the bark so that it can pull out insects from that hole to eat them.

III. (i) sparrow

(ii) Climbing

(iii) stork

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