OmnivorousHaving a varied and unspecialised diet (literally 'all-eating'). Examples of omnivores, which are often 'opportunist feeders', are the gulls of the genus Larus and the Starling Sturnus vulgaris, whose success must, in part, be due to their adaptability in feeding.
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From Peter Weaver's Birdwatcher's Dictionary
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