Location: Staten Island N.Y.
September 1, 2011 4:21 pm
Today my wife was working in the garden and when she went the watering can there was a walking stick on it. She had always wondered why she never saw one because we live in a very wooded area. Well today she had one walk on her hand. What do they eat and what eats them?
Signature: Brian Madigan
Walkingsticks feed upon foliage, often the leaves of broadleaf trees. We have never seen a photo of a Walkingstick being eaten by anything, though we imagine insectivorous birds will eat them. They have such good camouflage presumably to protect them from predators.