We are having quite the time of it the last few days. We are down to 2 pet bantams and about an hour ago DD asked to go out and say goodnight to the birds. I almost said no but relented and said ok, just to the gate of the coop. Well she stepped out of the door and then screamed and ran to the coop. AMber (d'Uccle) had tried to fly onto the top of the coop (a camper shell on top of haybales at the moment) and had by some fluke got her head caught through the little hydraulic lift bar and was hanging there flapping intermittently!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DD in the midst of her terror did the right thing and gently lifted her out, she was almost unconscious and her comb was purplish. I got there moments later, poor DD and DS whose bird it is were freaking out thinking she was dead.... But she was still breathing - kind of gasping breaths. After a few moments she raised her head up slightly and started panting super fast and has been for about 45 minutes.... she is slowing down now and has her beak closed on and off, looking more herself. I have her in a little pet carrier with some water in the house so I can keep an eye on her. I think she may have hurt her right wing as she is holding it a little strangely... I don't want to mess with her right now though, trying to keep it as quiet as possible so she can just get back to breathing normally. I am concerned that she may get swelling in her neck that could obstruct her breathing - do you think that could happen and is there anything I can do? Or is it just best to watch and let her rest? She is looking around and has shifted position to something more comfortable now. This is our last d'Uccle. The other was DD's pet and died through a horrid accident at her hands a few months ago.