I'm pretty sure none of the local vets deal with birds. Mostly cats, dogs, cows, and horses. Kansas State University Veterinary hospital is about an hour from here but I hate to further stress her with the drive. Perhaps they could help diagnose from photos. I put the neosporin on when I locked them up for the night and I'll catch her again in the morning, don't suppose it can hurt. I'll call the vet tomorrow. This stuff always happens on weekends!