Turkeys eat ticks. An adult turkey is one of the most voracious tick predators, and a single turkey can eat 200 or more little critters a day. Learn more about turkeys and how they act as a natural tick controller.
Ticks live in various parts of Oregon. They thrive next to the river and creeks in Oregon. Tick encounterments are minimized by following protective measures such as: using repellent creams and protective equipment. Learn more about ticks in Oregon and how to prevent them.
There are many animals and birds that eat ticks. Animals such as frogs, lizards, opossums, etc., can eat ticks. Tick-eaters include birds such as Guinea fowls, chickens, and woodpeckers.
But some studies state that the conventional anti-tick heroes are tick disseminators.
Let us look at some of the animals that eat ticks.