The diet of the nightingale consits of insects, insect larvae, worms, spiders, berries, and fruit. Feeds largely on ground, hopping around and disturbing leaves to search, particularly during nestling phase. Also feeds in herb and shrub layers and even recorded foraging in crown of tree. The nightingale will take flying insects in brief aerial-pursuit, and recorded clinging to tree-trunk like tit.
The Nightingale eats primarily various insects, thought will also eat fruit and herbs. And, according to an article on http://www.birdcare.com, they eat “Mainly insects such as beetles and ants taken on the ground or from low down in vegetation, sometimes eats berries.
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