LATE in 1935 it was suggested to the British Trust for Ornithology that the differences of opinion which had developed regarding the normal food of the Little Owl (Athene noctua vidalii) would make it very hard for those responsible to take sound decisions on the question how much, if at all, to protect this species by law. It was represented that a full and impartial inquiry was necessary, and t...

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