There are several groups of birds according to the way of feeding: herbivorous, insectivorous, carnivorous, omnivorous, scavengers.
Birds of prey include nocturnal predators (owls) and daytime ones (eagles, hawks, etc.).
Birds of prey have a sharp curved beak, powerful claws, strong legs.
Insectivorous birds – tits, beetles, warblers, swallows, swifts. They have a thin, pointed beak that allows them to get insects out of cracks; sharp claws, long fingers, helping them to hold on to branches.
Swallows have long wings for fast flight, a small beak, but a huge slit in the mouth to catch insects with their mouth during flight.
The woodpecker has a chisel-like beak, strong.
Herbivorous birds – greenfinches, grosbeaks, crossbills. They have a powerful beak, the beaks are crossed to extract seeds from spruce and pine cones.
Omnivores – forty. From the ground collects seeds, fruits, insects, worms, mice can be caught.
Scavengers – vultures, marabou. They are huge in size. Powerful beak, curved claws, strong legs.