Some species of parrot and parakeet. The yellow-chevroned parakeet, a medium for example, usually feeds on seeds and fruit in its native habitat. But feral populations have adapted to take in blossoms and nectar. The famous wild paragraphs of Telegraph Hill in San Francisco, for another instance, eat blossoms (in addition to their more usual diet of juniper berries, pine nuts, blackberries, apples, loquats, strawberry guavas, pears, cotoneaster berries, English hawthorne, and so on). One of their favorites is the cherry blossom.
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