Hello! I have a 3-week-old Cayuga duckling who definitely appears to be developing angel wing in both wings. This is quite unfortunate as I tried my best to give her the correct amount of protein. Being in a new country that does not have a specific commercial duck food available (let alone duckling starter like I'm used to), I had to do my best with what they have to offer here. My only option was to feed adult food that is designed for many species of birds (including ducks) and supplement with some hard-boiled egg to make up for the extra protein needed. In retrospect, maybe she shouldn't have gotten the egg for quite as long? I stopped giving it to her when she was just over 2 weeks old. She hasn't gotten her big girl feathers in yet, they are just starting to come in. I would assume it's too early to tape the wings to try and fix the problem since she is still growing so much at the moment? I wouldn't think it'd be ok to wrap wings and leave them for days at this age since they grow so fast, right? Is it best to wait a couple weeks until her adult feathers come in and then tape them? Seems like it'd be easier to fix right now while the wings are so small, but is it ok to leave those little wingers wrapped for a few days at this point? Is it possible for the condition to fix itself once her feathers come all the way in? It's proved ridiculously difficult to get pictures of her little wings sticking out, but these are the best I could get: Any help greatly appreciated! Thanks!