My 3rd little gosling, "Jack" was 5 weeks old (IIRC) on Tuesday. His feathers on the wings are coming in rapidly. Two/three nights ago, they were about 1/4 inch long, just poking through, and everything looked good. They have grown fast, last night about 2 inches. But, the outer wing tips are now turned in that Angel Wing type look on both sides. "Rose" the female that is about 2 weeks older, had this on one side a couple of weeks back, and it self-corrected. Should I chance it or try to wrap the wing tips into position? I tried this on a duck once, and it was impossible. Both because the duck was terrified and because after I released him, he and other other ducklings spent all of their time picking at the wrapping until they got it off. With the gosling, the wrapping part will be much simpler, since he is imprinted on me and loves to be handled. I could probably improvise some kind of little "sweater" out of an cotton infants t=shirt or something to go over the wrapping, might help it stay in place. So, wrap it or leave it and see what happens? I'd take pictures, but I loaned my SD card to someone who hasn't returned it yet despite my requests.