This is the first one, a hen named Curly. The major wound (in the picture) is on her side, under her right wing. The picture doesn't quite show how bad it was, as the skin close to the front is pretty much a flap. There was a minor wound on her back, near her left wing.
The next one is a rooster, Larry. The white speck in the wound is a piece of bedding I hadn't taken off before I took the picture. The nice this about the picture, is the mirror allows you to compare the 2 sides. His lower beak seems fine, I didn't see any damage, other than the nasty hole in the flesh & swollen skin. He's actually crowing perfectly fine.
Both are by themselves, on antibiotics, & getting treated with Vetericyn. They're doing pretty good. Curly is acting much better. Larry seems bummed that he's by himself, but only 2 of my hens are laying (I don't light my flock), & since he's on antibiotics idont want them with him ..... the others aren't really, well, "ready" for him.
My question is, do these look like hawk wounds? Id really like to know what I'm dealing with.