Foxes are generally omnivorous and though they prefer meat, they also eat nuts, berries and any sort of fruit. It is not uncommon for them to eat vegetables and even grains. Many species of fox (especially Red Foxes) tend to prefer living close to human settlements especially farms. They are smart animals and realize that this is a hunting haven for them as they have access to mice, rabbits as well as the farmer's poultry and crops.
Gifted with a keen and good judgment of smell and hearing foxes make superb hunters. Those living in the wild tend to be better hunters. They easily uncover birds' nests or animal burrows and dens. They eat almost anything including eggs, frogs, lizards, earthworms, insects, and if desperate for a meal even decaying animal flesh. They are generally nocturnal hunters and often bury any uneaten food so that they can come back for it when they are hungry.
Foxes like to eat squirrels chipmunks small birds roosters chickens baby animals and well anything that it can get its paws on... Or anything weaker than him.... Well almost anything a red fox will not eat something like an ant.... That`s not worth it for the amazing red fox!
In addition to
rodents, foxes eat grass, fruit, eggs, rabbits, birds and other small animals.
They also eat carrion and scavenge whatever else they can find.
Including animals killed by cars.
A Cream colored fox my little sister named Sparkle used to live across the road from my house and eat from our backyard.
She would eat: Dog food, cat food, lasagna, pizza, meatballs, chicken, meatloaf, Mexican bean dip, bacon, Beggin Strips.
chicken bones killed her. BEWARE OF CHICKEN BONES
They eat small animals and also they eat insect and fruit
No, it doesn't mean that they are rabid if they are out in the day. They are meat eaters, so you can feed them chicken, beef, pork, but always try to make sure that if you feed it a chicken, that there aren't any bones in it. Hope this helps, good luck to you.
The red fox eats meat such as snakes mice and other organisms.
Contrary to popular belief, Red Foxes are omnivores, meaning they will eat both meat and vegetation. They are also scavengers, so they will eat dead animal remains. Their diet include just about anything smaller than themselves, including berries, grapes, acorns, chipmunks, squirrels, lizards, rabbits, birds, and fish including crayfish ("craw dads") and clams. The starving red fox will even eat a skunk or a snapping turtle, if necessary.
I feed a fox that lives across from me in a deep patch of woods raw eggs. They take them as PRIZED possesions meatscraps NO BONES would be nice cat/dog food is good just don't feed it like a pet give it scraps when you have leftovers conviniently not because you have some chicken in the fridge. Feed them only when you have leftovers. Also DON'T feed them or set out food in your yard they may get taken away by animal control by neighbors or hit by a car so feed them were they LIVE!
I just tried to feed a urban fox in my garden with bread&butter and he ignored it! Unfortunately no meat in the fridge :)
Red foxes will eat small mammals such as mice, rabbits, snakes or insects, they are mostly carnivores but will also eat dryed grapes, grasses ect. Foxes mostly eat what they find which sometimes will include eating out of garbage bins.
So far, I can tell you that they eat Grands biscuits, banana nut Cheerios and cinnamon rolls. I know this because thats what I just watched one eat :)
They'll eat anything that edible for them
They eat lots of things including squirrels, beetles, cranes, birds snakes and many more!
White foxes, or Arctic foxes, will generally eat any meat they can find, including lemmings, Arctic Hare, reptiles and amphibians, eggs and carrion. Lemmings are their most common prey. A family of foxes can eat a dozen lemmings every day. During April and May, the Arctic for will also prey on Ringed Seal pups when the young animals are confined to a snow den and are relatively helpless. Fish beneath the ice are also part of its diet. When its normal prey is scarce, the Arctic fox will scavenge the leftovers of larger predators, such as the Polar Bear, even though the Polar Bear itself will eat an Arctic Fox if given the chance.
That being said, individuals kept in captivity are usually fed raw meat from a variety of sources, including rabbit.
They eat anything that doesnt eat them
Foxes eat any kind of deer for example Black-tail deer
Red Foxes are carnivores and will eat most anything it can catch, such as rodents, snakes, birds etc.
Nothing. You don't want it to start depending on people for food or worse associate people with food. Then he may get run over or bite somebody its hard but best to leave him alone.
There's nothing wrong with feeding foxes, they've been eating human garbage for hundreds, if not thousands of years. The ones near landfills eat nothing else.
Foxes are omnivores that prefer meat. During tough times the fox can eat nuts, berries and any fruit. Some types of fox (especially red foxes) live near humans. As they are smart animals they realise that they can eat mice and farmers meat and poultry.
Foxes eat mice,rabbits,birds ,snakes and insects
Will a fox go into a pond to get a duck
Foxes eat meat fruit or even NUTS but most of all chicken
Nuts, berries, crisps and homeless people.
A red fox would eat any thing it laid its eyes on but it would have to be meat because they are meat eaters they would eat rabbits snakes mice prairie dogs and all types of other meat that it could find
Foxes eat small mammals and rabbits, berries, and nuts.
Red foxes eat other types of animals no questions asked!
Fox eat fish berries mice birds rabbits and insects
Red fox are carnivorous animals and eat meat.
I think Fox's eat nuts and many fruits and meats.
Not sucker they eat mice and snakes and rabbits
Small rodents and rabbits =)
Red fox is dead so I don't think he eats anything
I have a fox who is happily eating strawberries from my patch. I kind of wish he was interested in the chipmunks who are also indulging, but I haven't seen that.
Strawberries and sugar but definately not strawberries and cream unless his/her name is bernard/bernadette and they are watching old clips of the price is right
Foxes eat cats I think cause they \re like digs foxes and dogs eat cats
Red fox also eats a human
I think white foxes eat grass and probably people
A fox eat meat all of them and if you don't hell you
Cow and mouse and giraffe
Foxes are carnivores, so they eat any living thing that is meat.
Seriously, someone I worked with woke up drunk last night and found a fox eating her toes. Luckily her overweight cat rescued her. She's limping quite badly now and if she stands still she starts to fall to the left because her big toe is completely gone.
Fox most likely would eat any kinda of meat, animal type.
Veggies would also be delightful to the fox.