At Rodent Pro we provide many sizes of frozen quail that can be used as a feeder for many animals, including Birds of Prey and Reptiles. From one day old to fully grown, we have a lot of options for using a frozen quail as a feeder for your pet. In addition to birds of prey and reptiles, there are other animals that also eat quail. Let’s discuss what animals eat quail.
Egg Eaters: From the time they are born, quail are considered prey for many animals. However, before they are born they can be consumed as food by many animals that prey on Eggs. This includes smaller animals like raccoons, opossums, skunks and armadillo.
Birds of Prey: Often known as raptors, birds of prey are a main consumer of frozen quail. When living in wildlife centers, these birds are fed frozen quail as a way to supplement their natural diet when they are living in the wild. Raptors usually feed on smaller birds in the wild, so many caretakers and rehabilitators at the wildlife centers supplement the diet by providing frozen quail as feeders for the birds.
Reptiles: When we think of quail and then we think of a reptile, it isn’t often that we associate the two together. However, feeder quail make an excellent addition to a reptiles diet and can be added as a way to encourage otherwise picky eaters to get excited about their feedings. Depending on the size of your reptile – whether it’s a snake, monitor lizard or other reptile – you will want to make sure you are choosing the proper size of quail feeder. While some snakes are too small to consume quail, there are many varieties of snake that will thrive with this feeder added into their diet. We offer all sizes, from one day old, but you can also contact us to learn more about which size of frozen quail will work best for your particular reptile.
Wild Predators: In the wild, quail have many predators. In addition to birds of prey and reptiles, they are also the prey of various wild animals. Many varieties of large cats will feed on quail, including bobcats, lynx and even mountain lions. Other predators include foxes, coyotes and wolves. Another concern for quail is their size; many other mammals may kill them by walking on them, but not necessarily as a source of food.
If you’re looking for frozen feeder quail for your animal, make sure to order from Rodent Pro. We have quality feeders, including frozen mice, frozen rats and more.