The Roadrunner is found in the deserts and and sparsely wooded and
grassy areas of the Southwestern United States and Mexico.
Roadrunners will eat insects, lizards, spiders, fruits, seeds and
The habitat of the Roadrunner is usually a nest placed a few feet above
ground in a bush, tree or cactus. Both the male and female will build
the nest and it may be built from sticks, leaves and other materials.
Approximate weight of a Roadrunner:
Average weight is approximately 8 - 15 oz.
Approximate size of a Roadrunner:.
Length is approximately 18 - 22 inches from the tip of the beak to the
tip of the tail.
The female Roadrunner lays approximately 2 -5 eggs per clutch and
may have one or two clutches per year depending on the species.
Both parents will incubate the eggs until they hatch.