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.
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.
Most birds feed tiny insects, worms and fish to their babies to fuel their growth. Some birds, such as pigeons, parrots and penguins, regurgitate a small amount of digested food from its crop that they then feed to the b...
Magpies are omnivorous and thus are able to eat both plant and animal matter. They primarily prey on insects and other animals, including carrion, small mammals such as mice, smaller bird species and the young and eggs o...
The natural diet of the wild turkey is omnivorous with the majority of it being plant matter, although the turkey also opportunistically eats insects and other small animals. Turkeys are foragers, and their diet changes ...
Bearded dragons are omnivores and eat a variety of plant and animal matter. Pet bearded dragons also eat prepared bearded dragon food, which often comes in pellet or freeze-dried varieties.
Skunks eat a widely varied diet that usually consists of an equal amount of animal and plant matter during autumn and winter. During spring and summer, skunks tend to eat less plants and more insects, especially grasshop...