See no obvious damage but I wouldn't know what I was looking at meant anyway. I can see the left hock has a groove whereas the right doesn't. Left leg is the bad one. Posted this in guinea fowl forum under raising guinea fowl 101. Hopefully copy and paste work. Original post - I took pics of the injured leg. It is his left hock joint. I see nothing except maybe the tendon is out. Bad leg (left, he is upside down too) Top of bad leg Good leg Both legs I was going to splint the hock joint like this - I tried to find and re-place tendon and failed because its only easy if you already know whats actually wrong and what you are already doing. Gonna seperate him. Mirror no longer consoles him though. I feel it causes even greater stress but he needs to heal. Any ideas based on pics??