I cared for some at a falconry centre I once worked at some years ago, as owls go they are quite straightforward, and if being kept as a falconry bird, they never need much flying because they get tired very quickly with their tiny little wings! They generally don't need a glove for handling either. In the wild they eat a mixture of insects and small mammals, we fed them chick legs and similar smaller meat pieces every two days or so. One we had was particularly tame and lived in a large parrot cage in the office, the other lived outside in a small aviary. During the day they sleep mostly, and only really get energetic when they come out (or supposedly at night). Hope some of this helps!