Hello- Sadly one of my Americana's has been attacked by a large hawk and has a very deep wound on her back that cannot be closed, there is not enough flesh to bring the edges together. It is easily an inch across and about 3/4 inch deep. Unfortunately we will probably need to euthanize her when my husband gets home in about 2-3 hours. She is not panting, and when I found her she was eating with the others and running normally. If you did not see the wound she would appear fine but I cannot believe that she in not in a great amount of pain. I brought her in the house, made her some scrambled eggs with cottage cheese and gave her some baby aspirin for the pain, pdo ut the cage in front of our woodstove for warmth, (we are in Michigan and it is still 30 degrees out). Other than that I would love some advice on how to make her as comfortable as I can. Is there any way that she would survive this humanely? I do not want to keep her alive for my sake if a humane euthanasia would be better. There is not an avian vet in the area and the vet that I have used in the past was really just shooting from the hip and it was a total waste of time. thanks in advance.