What do crows eat. Crows usually eat insects and their larvae, as well as locusts, grasshoppers, beetles, spiders and crickets. They can also go for large prey, such as amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals. Their easy prey are caterpillars, larvae, earthworms, shells, mussels and mollusks.
Dead or rotten foods are also on the menu for crows, including dead trout, dead marine invertebrates, dead seal and dead fish.
Unusual but very common products for crows may include slaughterhouse waste and other debris. Also in the menu of crows can include cats, opossums, dogs, skunks, chickens, snakes and pigs.
Wild fruits are also on the dietary list, and they can include acidic gum, wild grapes, dogwood, cranberries, nightshade berries, squash seeds, sweet cherries, juniper berries, barley, buckwheat and even simple pumpkins.