Red foxes, which are omnivores, eat a wide variety of animal life but prefer small rodents such as mice, voles, hamsters, gerbils, gophers and woodchucks. They also hunt and eat opossums, raccoons, rabbits, birds, reptil... More »

Eagles, coyotes, gray wolves, bears, mountain lions, lynxes, leopards, caracals, cougars and bobcats are known predators of the red fox. The majority of red foxes that are eaten are young pups, which is why their parents... More »

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Fennec foxes are prey for jackals and large eagles, such as the eagle owl. Though it remains unproven, other animals thought to eat fennec foxes include hyenas, caracals and local domestic dogs. More »

Coyotes are omnivores that mainly eat small mammals, including rabbits, squirrels and mice. They adapt well to the food that is available in a particular region, which is one reason they survive well in diverse places, i... More »

Wild turkeys are opportunistic omnivores, which means they eat a wide variety of plant and animal life, depending on what is available. Some of the staples of their diet include green leaves, grass, seeds, fruit, berries... More »

Blue herons are carnivores that eat a variety of aquatic and land prey, including fish, frogs, turtles, young birds, bird eggs, snakes, insects, mice, moles, gophers and other small mammals. While they live in colonies, ... More »

Foxes are omnivores, since they eat both meat and vegetation. The fox generally feeds on small game, rabbits, birds and rodents, but they allow for flexibility within their habitats, eating vegetables and fruits, frogs, ... More »