Omnivores(species that eat both plant and animal matter)
American Black Bear – (Ursus americanus)

Diet: Grasses, green leaves, berries, fruits, insects, acorns and other nuts

Range/Environment: Black Bears can be found in most of the forests in Mexico, America, and Canada. They can still be found in almost all of their historical locations in Canada while in America, they are restricted to forest that are less populated by humans. (The American Black/Ursus americanus is classified has a "threatened" Species)

American Black Bear Range
American Black Bear Range

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Raccoon – (Procyon lotor)
Diet: fruits, berries, seeds, crayfish and freshwater mussels

Range/Environment: Raccoon can be found almost everywhere within the US, Mexico, and most of Central America. They can be found living remote wilderness all the way to sprawling urban areas such as New York City.

Raccon Range
Raccon Range

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Striped Skunk – (Mephitis mephitis)

Diet: Insects, grubs, yellow jackets, fruits, berries, mice, snakes, amphibians, and eggs

Range/Environment: The striped skunk can be found in most of the US as well as parts of Mexico and Canada. They prefer to live in open areas and their population will tend to decrease as plains and clearing change into denser forests.

Striped Skunk Range
Striped Skunk Range
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Gray Fox – (Urocyon cinereogentus)

Diet: cottontail rabbits, mice, and other small mammals, birds, eggs, insects, plant material, and fruits

Range/Environment: The gray fox can be found in most of the US (except in some northwestern states) and Mexico. They prefer to live in deciduous forests as well as thickets and swampy areas.

Gray Fox Range
Gray Fox Range

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American Crow – (Corvus brachyrhyncho)

Diet: vegetable matter like corn, wheat, oats, wild berries and nuts as well as crayfish, snakes, lizards, mice, rats, young rabbits, other birds' eggs and carrion

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Range/Environment: The american crow can be found throughout central and eastern America. They prefer to live in forests and urban areas.

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Virginia Opossum – (Didelphis virginiana)

Diet: fruits, berries, and other plants, insects, earthworms, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and small mammals

Range/Environment: The virginia opossum can be found throughout the eastern United States, southeastern Canada, and Central America. They are extremely adaptable and will live anywhere in which food in available.

Virginia Opossum Range
Virginia Opossum Range

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Southern Flying Squirrel – (Glaucomys volans)

Diet: berries, fruits, acorns, and nuts as well as animal matter such as insects, nesting birds and eggs, and the flesh of dead animals

Range/Environment: The southern flying squirrel can be found in most pasts of the eastern half of the United States. They prefer to live mature deciduous forests or in mixed deciduous and coniferous forests.

Southern Flying Squirrel Range
Southern Flying Squirrel Range

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Red Fox – (Vulpes vulpes)

Diet: mice, cottontail rabbits, various plants and insects.

Range/Environment: The red fox can be found in almost all of Canada and America (except in the southwest). They frequently inhabit the boarders between open areas and dense forest as well as urban and suburban areas.

Red Fox Range
Red Fox Range

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Coyote – (Canis latrans)

Coyote Range
Coyote Range

Diet: mice, rabbits, squirrels, and other small mammals as well as birds, frogs, toads, snakes, insects, and many types of fruit

Range/Environment: The Coyote can be found in practically all of the United States, Mexico, Central America as well as southwestern Canada. Coyotes are incredibly opportunistic and
can be found in almost every environment.
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Wild boar – (Sus scrofa)

Diet: acorns, any fruits, seeds or nuts, mushrooms, roots, bark, reptiles (including rattlesnakes), amphibians, birds and their eggs, insects, worms, and any smaller mammal

Range/Environment: The wild boar is an invasive species and was introduced to America for reasons of food production. They prefer wet and swamp like environments and are found mostly along the Gulf Coast in Texas and Florida as well as along the coast of California.

Wild Boar Range
Wild Boar Range

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