The primary food of starlings is insects and other invertebrates, such as flies, beetles, grasshoppers, spiders, earthworms, caterpillars, snails, millipedes and insect larvae. They also eat fruits, berries, seeds, grain... More »

Birds eat all kinds of plant and animal matter. This includes seeds, pollen and fruit, insects, fish, other birds and small mammals such as mice, rats and voles. They also eat snakes, lizards, frogs and invertebrates. More »

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While birds have many predators, the most common predators of birds are other birds. Other consumers of birds include mammals like large cats, snakes, insects and plants. More »

While other skinks have blue tails, the term "blue-tailed skink" usually refers to a juvenile form of the five-lined skink, which is an insectivore and eats spiders, roaches, crickets, grasshoppers, beetle larvae, caterp... More »

Wrens are primarily insectivores, meaning that they eat insects and spiders such as beetles, caterpillars, earwigs, flies and leafhoppers. Some species of wren have adapted to their environment to include other food item... More »

Meadowlarks eat a variety of bugs and insects, including grubs, caterpillars, grasshoppers, spiders and crickets. When insects are scarce in the winter, the meadowlark will eat seeds, corn and wild growing fruits, but th... More »

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Skinks primarily eat insects, such as grasshoppers, beetles, flies, caterpillars and crickets. Though they are mostly insectivorous, skinks also eat vegetation and some varieties of fruit. More »

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