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You can buy tinted wood filler at your local home improvement store... that should at least make them less noticeable!
if wood fill with wood putty, just clean the holes out really well with shop vac or such before you fill them.fill then sand https://homeguides.sfgate.com/repairing-carpet-strip-holes-wood-floor-69597.html MORE https://www.hometalk.com/diy/floors-ceilings/q-how-to-repair-nail-holes-in-55-year-old-oak-flooring-1967407
How to repair nail holes in 55 year old oak flooring.
Fill with stainable wood filler first. Then sand and finish the floors If you do not plan to sand the floors you can fill the holes with Minwax wood putty. Comes in all wood tones.
A lot of info on YouTube. You'll have to scroll through to find those that deal specifically with hardwood floors: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=how+to+hide+tack+strip+nail+holes
Put down a quarter round strip of woo over the tack holes, that is if there is a baseboard in place.