Well, I found this owl on the road. It looked like it had just been hit by a car, so I took it home and looked after it for a couple of days. This is a Mountain-Scops owl (Otus spilocephalus)
and is endemic to Taiwan. If you have been anywhere near the mountains at night in Taiwan, you have probably heard this owl - it has a single pitch double whistle which repeats about every ten seconds, with each segment of the whistle lasting about half a second.
They are difficult to spot unless they have been run over, like this one was.
I released it back to the wild when it could fly again, and when I could see that it was eating. It had a bit of a wonky eye, possible from the accident, but that didn't seem to put it off flying around my house and shitting on the sofa.