Hey guys! Hoping you can help me out here and tell me if there's something I can do to help fix this issue, or what caused it. I've been looking after an orphan Muscovy duckling for about two months and she's otherwise been healthy and happy. Pretty much all of her feathers have grown in now, though her wing feathers aren't quite fully developed yet. But they're getting there! I noticed in the past several weeks that her wings were both drooping. First only slightly and then very badly (I will include a picture.) I've seen angel wing before so I don't think that is the issue; the wings aren't turned outward or anything like that, just drooping like she isn't properly holding them up. I'm not entirely new to caring for ducks, and I know that angel wing is a concern, thus I've monitored her protein intake to make sure she isn't getting too much. But it is possible she has gotten too much in the past as her wings were still developing. About a week and a half ago one of her wings stopped drooping as badly anymore. She seems to be holding it up more properly, almost. But the other wing continues to droop. One of the things I've considered is that she just isn't strengthening her wing joint and surrounding muscles enough and that's why she can't hold them up properly? The fact that one wing has improved and the other has not has me puzzled and I'd be grateful to hear what you guys think! If I can fix it I want to know how! Some info on her care: she is fed a breeder crumble and has access to other Muscovies, eats plenty of greens, always has access to water. Used to get small serving of bugs but I stopped when I worried about her protein intake, as the crumble seems to have plenty of protein already. Also I noticed when she falls asleep standing up both her wings tend to droop. See below: Help me backyardchickens, you're my only hope !!!