Fairley, J. S & McLean, A / April 1965 – vol. 58, issue 4–148 Fakotinnunculusis perhaps the most common member of the Falconiform.es to be found in the British Isles and, as such, its prey in England has been the subject of a number of papers, notably those of Ellis (1946), Davis (i960) and Simms (1961). However, very little information exists as to its food in Ireland, where a number of the smaller mammal species commonly taken in Great Britain are absent. ... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.