It's probably a better idea to have an owl than a drunk parrot. Leave parrots for Bacchus.
That's why she's called wise...
How about: Minervae sapientī est būbō.
(But I think now that's the wrong kind of owl, for Minerva.)
I see... The Dative of possesion...
Why a downvote with no explanation?
I know that Latin word order is relatively free, but is there any other reason that Sapiens comes before Minerva?
Or is it just more important?
Or a common phrase?
Looks like a common or set phrase, like 'a wise owl' probably (though, it's a myth, as it turned out: ravens, crows and their ilk are much more intelligent).
See my comment on „bubo in foro est“: Minerva has a „noctua“ = normal small owl, not a big „bubo“ = eagle owl
...and that owl is...Duo!
Not convinced Minerva sapiens isn't correct...