Owls, more

“The clamorous owl, that nightly hoots and wonders at our quaint spirits” Shakespeare
The Birds of Shakespeare
“The owl plays a large part in Shakespeare’s references to bird-life. He does not discriminate between the different members of the large family . . .”
Owls in Lore and Culture
“In many cultures, owls signal an underworld or serve to represent human spirits after death; in other cultures, owls represent supportive spirit helpers . . .”
Wikipedia: Owls
"Owls are an order of birds of prey. . . solitary, and nocturnal, with some exceptions (e.g. the Burrowing Owl). They are classified in the order Strigiformes, in which there are over 200 extant species."
Barn owls and Typical owls
Bioluminescence (Jellyfish, Min Min, Pterosaurs)