The northern cardinal's diet consists primarily of insects, seeds, grains, fruit and sap. The official bird of seven U.S. states, the cardinal is a popular presence at backyard bird feeders all across the country and in ... More »

The main predators of the cardinal include hawks, owls and snakes. Domestic cats and dogs have also been known to attack cardinals, while nestlings and eggs are often the meal of small mammals, including foxes and raccoo... More »

Some animals that eat peanuts include squirrels, pigs, field mice and rats, although rats are sensitive to the fungi that grows on peanuts. A variety of birds eat peanuts as well, including towhees, grackles, crows, rave... More »

Chipmunks enjoy a diet that consists of fruit, seeds, berries, grains and insects. All of the food that chipmunks eat can be found in their natural habitat of the forest. More »

Baby quails eat seeds, nuts, fruit, grains, berries and other plant materials. They also eat lizards, snails, worms, beetles, caterpillars and spiders. Chicks of some species, such as the mountain quail, eat more insects... More »

According to the National Wildlife Federation, whooping cranes have an omnivore's diet that includes crustaceans, small fish, insects, amphibians, reptiles, grains, marsh plants and acorns. They live in locations with si... More »

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A robin's diet consists primarily of insects, worms, berries and fruit. The birds seek out lawns and gardens following periods of rain and at the sight of freshly cut grass, when it is easier to seek out prey. More »