January 1938 – vol. 32, issue 8–264 The Insect Section of the Report has necessarily to be lengthy because the Inquiry has shown that the Little Owl is a feeder on insects at all stages of growth, at all times of year and in every type of country. Individual Little Owls may differ in degree in this matter, according to the nature of the food most readily procured, but they do not normally differ in the habit of insect feeding. Five ... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.