The ones that eat meat (owls, hawks, eagles) would be classified as carnivores. The ones that eat meat and plant material (crows, many others) would be classified as omnivores. Those that eat only plant material (like hoatzins) would be classified as herbivores.
What are omnivores teeth like?
The Teeth of Herbivores, Carnivores and Omnivores. Carnivores, the meat eaters of the animal world, have very defined canine teeth for tearing at meat, combined with a sometimes limited number of molars. Omnivores, because they eat both meat and plants, have a combination of sharp front teeth and molars for grinding.
What is the diet of a carnivore?
The carnivore diet – also known as the all meat diet or the carnivorous diet – entails eating almost nothing but meat for every meal, every day. The carnivore diet is based on the theory that our ancestors ate mostly meat because it wasn't energy efficient to gather a lot of fruit or vegetables.