Are badgers carnivores omnivores or herbivores?
badgers are omnivores. I keep horses & the badgers have been
tramping across from the wood to dig for worms in my muck heap
while the fields are frozen. Badger watchers put out everything as
lures - Sugar Puffs, peanuts, friut, cat food etc etc.
Yes the badger is a true omnivore: it eats both plant and animal life. Among its usual foods are earthworms, insects, slugs, and frogs, a wide variety of roots, plants, and fruits, and small mammals such as rabbits, moles, and rats--especially their young. Badgers usually leave their dens at dusk to search for food.