Clementine, a beautiful orange & white young Ameracauna hen, got her head stuck in an opening of her nest box (a plastic soda bottle tray) for who knows how long before I found her like that yesterday. She was crouched in the box with her neck stretched and her feathery head stuck, looking pathetic. I don't know how she got it in that space, because it was really difficult trying to push her head back through, I finally had to crack the plastic crate where it was holding her head. Today Clementine was walking around with her neck bent at the shoulders and her head hanging down past horizontal, as if she were looking for something small she'd dropped on the ground. She did go out with the others for afternoon free-range recess, and returned to the coop at nightfall, climbing up into her second-story perch. But her crop wasn't very full, and her neck is still stuck out & her head bent down. I have no idea what, if anything, can be done to help her. If I knew a good chicken chiropractor I'd take her there, she looks like she could use an adjustment. The only adjusting I know how to do with chicken necks preceeds processing. I feel so bad for Clementine, so pretty & young, just at point of lay with her whole career ahead of her, I pray that she will get better. Please let me know if you have ANY advice for me to help her, or any encouraging stories of other birds you've known who have recovered from similar injuries.