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Owls are birds from the order Strigiformes, which includes more than 225 species of mostly solitary and nocturnal birds of prey typified by an upright stance, a large, broad head, binocular vision, binaural hearing, sharp talons, and feathers adapted for silent flight. 

Owls hunt mostly small mammals, insects, and other birds, although a few species specialize in hunting fish. They are found in all regions of the Earth except Antarctica and some remote islands.

Symbolism and mythology

The modern West generally associates owls with wisdom. This link goes back at least as far as Ancient Greece, where Athens, noted for art and scholarship, and Athena, Athens' patron goddess and the goddess of wisdom, had the owl as a symbol. Archaeologist traces veneration of the owl as a goddess, among other birds, to the culture of Old Europe, long pre-dating Indo-European cultures. In modern Japan and Taiwan, owls are regarded as lucky and are carried in the form of a talisman or charm.

Use as rodent control

Encouraging natural predators to control rodent population is a natural form of pest control, along with excluding food sources for rodents. Placing a nest box for owls on a property can help control rodent populations (one family of hungry barn owls can consume more than 3,000 rodents in a nesting season) while maintaining the naturally balanced food chain.

To commemorate the 15th anniversary of our long-standing partnership with Go Slow Caravan, an outdoor fashion brand based in Japan, we are proud to announce the launch of a highly unique Starry Owl series. The eye-catching design features a combination of Go Slow Caravan's starry fabric pattern and Morn Creations' classic owl design, resulting in the creation of the dazzling Starry Owl.

Owls have long been viewed as mysterious creatures, often active during the night and possessing highly acute hearing and vision that make them excellent hunters. Their appearance is also strikingly unique, with feathers adorned with stars and enigmatic patterns that leave us captivated. Across many cultures, owls have come to represent symbols of wisdom and knowledge.

The Starry Owl, akin to a mystical guardian, maintains a constant watch over us. Its silhouette glides through the darkness, revealing a sense of intrigue beneath the stars. Its body, adorned in stars, becomes a part of the night sky. Whenever we gaze up at the stars, it's as if we are engaging in an unspoken conversation with the owl, creating a sense of comfort and a mysterious connection.