Some cranes eat tubers, roots, small crustaceans and insects. Other cranes eat grasses, grains, berries and acorns. Yet other types of cranes eat snakes, other reptiles and even other birds. What a crane prefers to eat d... 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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During the summer, whooping cranes live in the Wood Buffalo National Park. Once summer is over, whooping cranes migrate to the Arkansas National Wildlife Refuge. A small population also lives year-round on the Kissimmee ... 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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Mallard ducks feed on fish, amphibians, crustaceans, gastropods, worms, aquatic and land plants, grains, seeds, roots, tubers, and invertebrates, such as dragonflies, beetles and flies. They tend to feed on the surface o... More »

Ducks primarily eat aquatic plants, but they are omnivorous and also eat insects, crustaceans, mollusks, frogs and small fish. Ducks forage for their food and eat whatever is available, although vegetation makes up the c... More »

The typical diet for a potato bug includes various insects, roots and tubers. "Potato bug" is an informal term that refers to the Jerusalem cricket. Jerusalem crickets are large bugs that may reach 50 millimeters in leng... More »