LITERATURE Read the passage, and then answer the question that follows. Despite dropping temperatures and decreased daylight, finches, sparrows, and mockingbirds are birds commonly seen in winter. These species feed primarily on seeds and berries, which are plentiful even through the coldest months. What is the main idea implied in this passage? A. Birds feed on seeds and berries in winter. B. Birds that are seen in winter are finches, sparrows, and mockingbirds. C. During winter, birds look for food near trees and shrubs. D. Finches, sparrows, and mocking-birds can survive the coldest winter months.