I have a 2 1/2 month old White Pekin and just yesterday morning I noticed a small streak of blood on her wing so I pulled her out of the run to examine her. I found a small sore/abrasion/scrape on her right wing. A sort of bare-ish rubbed spot where it looks like she rubbed it against something and it bled a little and has started to heal up I think. A look at the left wing reveled 3 more of these sores near the edge of the wing but almost on the underside. The sores are not open or bleeding as of now, and I don't think my hens have been bothering them since they are mostly hidden by Pearl's (said duck's) feathers. She eats and drinks and splashes and forages healthily with the others and there is no other apparent sign of infection or infestation. All the hens' wings are clean and their skin is clear as is Pearls. The only other thing I would suspect is a fungal infection but I am not an expert on ducks and I have no idea what they are susceptible to. She sleeps in the coop at night with the hens. They have a fairly good sized run and there are only 4 hens plus her. They also get plenty of free range time during the evening. She could possibly have injured herself by flapping her wings (which she does every morning after getting out) and hitting them against the sides of the wire run, or rubbing them against something else in the yard (she is rather clumsy) Help please! I am waiting on any vet visits until they appear to get worse or at some sign from someone who knows more about ducks here than I do.