What animals eat a daffodil flower?

The flower is the least toxic (poisonous) area of the daffodil plant. Most animals leave the entire plant alone. Slugs are good at destroying the flowers if the blooms are heavy and touching the ground. Spotty damage may be insects. There have been videos of squirrels and some birds that will pick the flowers. They don't eat them - they just like to pick the flower and leave the stem. The daffodil has lots of critters that are after its tender tissues such as aphids, bulb flies, bulb mites, caterpillars, nematodes, and thrips.