Did a roadrunner just cross your path? They are a common sight in the Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden. As omnivores, roadrunners like to feed on cacti fruits and seeds as well as grasshoppers, lizards, and crickets. They are easy to miss because they sprint, rather than fly, from one hiding spot to the next at high speeds. In fact, the roadrunner is so fast, it is one of the few birds that prey upon rattlesnakes.