Well a bird might if it had to but I'm thinking not , if it had
something else to eat!!!
the flicker bird makes its home in the cactus
A cactus wren builds its nest in a cactus.
They eat cactus because cactus has water in it.
The relationship between the Flicker bird and the cactus is an example of symbiosis in the desert. The bird makes it's nest in the dead crevices of the cactus and does not harm it.
No . No, lizards do not eat cactus.
their is a bird in the desert that sometimes makes it nest in a cactus
you can not eat a barel cactus
No, they didn't eat cactus.
the bird of Arizona is the cactus wren.
There was a cactus in the desert... The little bird seemed to live in the cactus... I could go on and on...
how offten does a cactus wren eat
The Cactus Wren is the state bird of Arizona.
The state bird of Arizona is the Cactus Wren.
The State bird for AZ is a Cactus Wren
Prickly pear cactus. They also eat grubs, worms, insect larvae, insects, toads, lizards, snakes, turtle eggs, bird eggs, and carrion. But prickly pear cactus is their main food. They're omnivores.
Yes, you can eat the fruit of this cactus
A zebra cant eat the needles on a cactus
They eat it by Ramming there antlers in the cactus reed and then they drink!
They do not eat cactus, but they may eat blackberries.
Yes, a grasshopper will eat from a cactus if that is all they have to eat. Grasshoppers are herbivores so they eat plants.
No bird eats the barrel cactus. However, some birds may feed on the fruit of the plant and its seeds.
A barrel cactus does not eat, it produces its own food by photosynthesis.
Ys a deer does at cactus
Cactus wrens and Cholla cactus are symbiotic. The cactus wren builds its nest in the spines of the cactus, providing a safe place for the bird to raise it's young.