I posted here yesterday about my 16 week old Light Brahma, Salty, getting tangled up in a plastic rope my landlord tied around the coop door. I found her hanging there when I got home from work, with the rope wrapped tightly around the base of both wings, her chest/back and legs. I have no idea how long the poor thing was caught, but she'd stopped struggling by the time I found her. I think her wings may be broken, or possibly dislocated. How do you tell? She allows me to touch them and put them back up, this morning she finally got fed up and started honking but yesterday she didn't seem to be in pain when I tried it. As soon as I let go of the wings they flop back down. I will try to post pictures soon, but if anyone could tell me things to try and diagnose this I'd appreciate it. I read a little online about using vetwrap to keep them in place for a few days until they heal, so it sounds like even if they're broken she might be okay? I understand the wings might not actually work for flying after this is done, but I'm thinking that might not be a big deal for a heavy bird like her? She seems to be more alert and not in shock so much this morning, when I went in she was very talkative and seemed to want out. I let her out into the main coop to visit her sisters while I supervised this morning, she came out on her own but very slowly and her wings drag on the ground a little - she has to sort of kick her feet out in front because they're in the way. A Red Star pecked at her and she got upset so I put her back in her enclosure. I know if her wings are broken/dislocated I need to do something soon! Vet treatment isn't an option, so I'm hoping I can do something for her myself. Please help!! Notice the feathers that stick out at odd angles - they aren't loose, still seem to be firmly attached.