Mice are mainly omnivores and herbivores, depending on where they live, and some are carnivorous if no other food source is available. Mice are very opportunistic eaters, so they normally feed on whatever is most readily... More »

Like all birds of prey, owls are carnivores. Most live by hunting small mammals such as hares, rats and mice, but they are also known to catch and eat other birds. Very small owls, such as the elf owl, feed mostly on ins... More »

Hawks are omnivores, and they have very opportunistic eating habits. What a hawk eats is generally determined by the hawk's native habitat, the species of the hawk and the availability of food, but in general, a hawk wil... More »

Mollusks are classified as herbivores, omnivores and carnivores, and their diets depend largely on the species and availability of food in a particular location. Some mollusks consume only algae and ocean plant matter, w... More »

Mice are fertile animals because female mice come into heat every four to five days. Their reproductive rate depends upon how often males and females actually mate. An average female mouse has 30 to 35 babies per year. More »

Ground squirrels are either herbivores, which eat only plants, or omnivores, which eat both plants and animals. Different species eat different diets, depending on their habitat. More »

Shrews are omnivores, eating insects, spiders, worms, frogs, mice and some plants and seeds. The main diet of a shrew is carnivorous, with shrews preferring a meal of millipedes, earthworms, or birds rather than nuts and... More »